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3.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Secrets (8:27)
2. Nectar Of Fantasy (4:47)
3. Angelic Sacrifice (8:31)
4. Eternal (7:21)
5. Memories (10:26)
6. Soul Tears (7:09)
7. In This Final Hour (7:13)

Total Time 53:48

Line-up / Musicians

- Lidia Szymczak / vocals
- Damir Sisak / guitars, bass on tracks 3 & 4
- Richard Hausberger / guitars, bass on track 7
- John Wauchope / drums
- Leigh Askew / keyboards

Other Musicians:

- Robert Laghi / bass on tracks, 1, 2, 5 & 6
- Monika Bialecki, Chloe Exposto, Monika Milula, Sara Wierzbicki, Samantha Wilk / Choir on track 5 (Choral arrangement by Leigh Askew & Lidia Szymczak)

Releases information

CD: 2005 Riot! Distributors, catalogue no. RIOT005CD

All lyrics & music by Enter Twilight except track 4 lyrics written by Darren Borg

Produced by Endel Rivers and Enter Twilight

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Endel Rivers at Palmstudios, Melbourne, Australia

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ENTER TWILIGHT The Inner Verse ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by b_olariu
3 stars 3.5 realy

Enter Twilight is an australian symphonic/prog metal band with one album in their pockets so far named The inner verse released in 2005. The band is totaly unknown here and elsewhere aswell, the fans of the genre mentioned above don't even know about their existence and to tell the truth the album is pretty good overall. No wonder here, I'm the first reviewer of this album after many years of inclusion here in PA. So, musicaly speaking Enter Twilight is ok, even great in places, symphonic metal combined with progressive metal elements here and there make from this first album a winner. The female vocalist Lidia Szymczak add a nice vocal arrangements and overall is a pleasent journey if you like this kind of music. The pieces are long eneough with spacey atmosphere, symphonic meets prog arrangements, some of them truly great just check out Soul tears, great, the guitar is awesome and the keybords aswell. Nice effort by this australians , it's a shame that they are unkown to larger public. They remind me in places with bands like Vision of Atlantis, Edenbridge or Headline. 3 stars, good in places great but not realy something spectacular, only good to listen from time to time. Nice cover art goes well with the music.

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