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3.05 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Journey Within (7:38)
2. Silent Windows (9:03)
3. A Price To Pay (5:39)
4. From A Brother To A Shadow (6:57)
5. No Town Of Mine (9:01)
6. Run Away In Fright (6:54)
7. Distant Shores (3:27)
8. The Man Who Wears My Face (15:15)

Total time 63:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Shuguang Li / Keyboards, Piano
- Julien Skorka / Bass, Backing Vocals
- Matthieu Morand / Vocals, Guitars, Dobro
- Frédéric Renaut / Drums, Percussion
- Laura Kimpe / Vocals (3)

Releases information

Label: Fantai'zic Productions
Format: CD, Digital
April 11, 2016

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars French band ELVARON was formed back in 1993, and have a history of releasing a new album every 4 to 5 years ever since their formation, more often than not with some line-up alterations in between album releases. Following a nine year long spell of inactivity they returned with their fifth album "Ghost of a Blood Tie" in 2016, a production that was released through French label Fantai'zic Productions.

Elvaron is a band that should be in the field of vision for just about anyone that have a strong fondness for classic era progressive metal. The compositions are well mapped out, and the guitar and keyboard combinations in particular are of a well above average quality. The vocals will make or break interest in this band however, and if nothing else it will limit their overall appeal. But for those not all that invested in this aspect of a band's overall sound, who also enjoy this type of progressive metal, Elvaron is another band that merits a check at some point.

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