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DAYS OF ASHES are a progressive metal band out of Karlstad, Sweden. Their debut album, which took almost 6 years from conception to realisation is entitled ''In The Mirror Of Reconciliation'' and was sef-released in 2014. The band consists of Fredrik ERIKSSON (Vocals), Jolene FREDRICSON (Drums), Johan STRENDE (Keyboards), Peter HENNINGSSON (Guitars) and Jonathan OLSSON (Bass). Their sound revolves around melodic progressive metal and fans of PAIN OF SALVATION or EPYSODE will find much to enjoy in their music.

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 In the Mirror of Reconciliation by DAYS OF ASHES album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.10 | 2 ratings

In the Mirror of Reconciliation
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3 stars Swedish band DAYS OF ASHES is a project that has been in development for a number of years. However it didn't officially form as a band unit 2013 or thereabouts. "In the Mirror of Reconciliation" is their debut album, and was self-released in 2014.

Suitably quirky compositions revolving around guitar and keyboard combinations with powerful, dramatic lead vocals on top is the name of the game here, and with an emotionally laden concept explored further emphasizing the dramatic and emotional nature of this production. Those who enjoy '90s progressive metal in general and the style of music explored by Dream Theater around 1992 in particular should find this debut album by Days Of Ashes to be interesting, or at least one worth taking note of.

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