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3.75 | 74 ratings

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3 stars Bridge is their sixth studio album and aswell their second from the same year 2002. Another good album but not over the top, is in the same vein with the predecesors. Something worth mentioning is that Everon release albums with a constant quality, I mean every single album is good and has something to offer, one of those bands that realy knows to make the listner stays with ears opened all the time. This band don't have highs and lows, Everon has only highs from the beggining, well of course their albums never reaches the masterpiece status in my opinion, but for sure all are good and worth listning by everybody intrested in good music. Now about Bridge from 2002, not very much , just is another well done Everon album, with again slower and mellower parts combined very well with harder ones. The voice of Oliver Philips is a real pleasure to listen, he can make an album shine in every sens , even the instrumental passage are usual many times. The best pieces are all, not one in front, all has sae level. Intristing is that I never considered this band as heavy prog, maybe something between neo prog and here and there some eclectic passages, they remind me in places with Enchant. Anyway this Bridge album is again a good one , no doubt, but again I'm not realy pushed to give more than 3 stars.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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