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4.00 | 11 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. As the Light Leads the Way (4:43)
2. Under Fire (5:28)
3. Aqua 275 (4:12)
4. Witching Hour (5:01)
5. In These Walls (5:36)
6. Out of the Shadows (5:08)
7. Everyday is Up to You (4:02)
8. Dawn of Fury (4:38)
9. Slave (5:34)
10. The Presence of Spirits (4:31)
11. Scream (4:15)
12. Losing Faith (4:56)
13. Inferno (Japanese bonus track)

Line-up / Musicians

- Micael Andersson / lead and backing vocals
- Bjorn Eliasson / guitar
- Patrik Svard / guitar
- Hans "Haze" Persson / bass and backing vocals
- Roger Landin / drums and percussion

All keyboards recorded by Micael Andersson and Bjorn Eliasson

Guest Musicians:
- Torben Enevoldsen / vocals (track 1)

Releases information

CD AOR Heaven (2005)

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CLOUDSCAPE Cloudscape ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (30%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by progrules
4 stars First thing I noticed when I played Cloudscapes debut was the big resemblance with Evergrey. Especially the heavy beat this other Swedish prog metal band also frequently uses is remarkable. Listening to the vocals though one immediately hears the difference. Evergrey has a very unique vocalist of course (Tom Englund) but Cloudscapes Micael Andersson has more of an average metal voice that can be heard in other bands as well. Good voice by the way.

So that's already two advantages with this very fine sounding band: great rhythm and a good vocalist and on second track a great guitar sound is also detectable. This second track called Under Fire is one of the highlights of this debut I have to say. The rest of the tracks is pretty good as well making this release a very promising one. Personally I don't know any of the other two albums they made so far but I don't exclude the possibility I will go for them one day. For now I will have to give 4 stars since I can't detect any significant flaws and all I hear is one hour of great prog metal. Another winner from Sweden. Well done Cloudscape !

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