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4.00 | 10 ratings | 2 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Rain (5:14)
2. Never Trust A Snake (3:36)
3. Desert Sun (5:45)
4. Free (4:52)
5. Experience This (5:09)
6. Can't Find (4:31)
7. Make Me Famous (4:02)
8. Walls (4:44)
9. Pieces (3:26)
10. My Own Vision (4:04)
11. Insecure (4:18)
12. Quit Without Saving (3:28)

Total Time 55:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Attila Tanczer / keyboards, additional sampling
- Matyas Haraszti / lead vocals, acoustic guitar
- Ferenc Farkas / guitars, vocals
- Sandor Kallai / bass, vocals
- Tamas Szabo / drums
- Csilla Gaspar / cello (tracks 4 and 12)
- Bence Temesvari / violin (tracks 4 and 12)
- Peter Schrott / backing vocals (track 2)

Releases information

ProgRock Records (2011)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Hungarian band EVERWOOD is an experienced unit that has a history that goes back 15 years or thereabouts, at first as Neverwood, and from 2003 under their current moniker. "Without Saving" is their third full length production, and was issued by the US label Progrock Records in the summer of 2011.

Short compositions of an accessible nature without too many complex tendencies are what Everwood has chosen for their third full length album, a likeable brand of progressive metal that should find plenty of interested listeners, also outside of the art rock universe. It's not a production that will ever challenge or broaden your understanding of music, but it is an entertaining and well made specimen of its kind. And arguably an item that might fancy those who appreciate clever use of keyboards in progressive metal just as much as those fond of the less complex varieties of the genre.

Review by kev rowland
4 stars I have to be honest and say that I don't know many bands from Hungary: the obvious exception for me up to now has been After Crying who have released some stunning progressive/art rock albums over the years ? but with Everwood I am now wondering what else I might be missing from that country as this is just superb. However, unlike After Crying, one would be hard pressed to pick this as an Eastern European act as if I hadn't read the press release or seen the musician's names I would have assumed that they were American. One more thing that you need to be aware of when playing this, is that to my ears it isn't prog ? whatever the label may think.

This is symphonic melodic metal/heavy AOR, with an emphasis on all of the elements that one would expect from those genres. It is an album full of hooks, with great vocals and musicianship throughout and is totally accessible on the very first play. In fact, I was surprised at just how loud I ended up playing this as it is just so good that I kept cranking it up a little more. There may be just enough complexity within this for those who enjoy Dream Theater, but in truth this is more Rhapsody of Fire, Symphony X or a heavy Toto. Overall it is a great album, with power ballads and rockers for all.

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