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Tomorrow's Eve


Progressive Metal

3.61 | 21 ratings

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5 stars Hi Everybody!
Hailin' right from Morocco : it's one of the most accomplished albums i ever heard in my life: imagine VIRGIN STEELE and VANDEN PLAS in one Band that what's TOMORROW'S EVE is all about :compared to the new "pseudo-prog metal bands" TOMORROW'S EVE stands as one of the new leaders of progressive metal.
I admit that i am writing this review based on one listening but i got enough experience to know that the CD is not gonna leave my Sony discman for a long while because.
You got everything within it :
* REVOLUTION OF HIGH TECHNIQUE (in every sense of the word by every musician)
* MELODIC CHOPS (the guitar)

And the important thing is you won't be able to forward a track as it's usual with some albums. You got wonderful 12 tracks made with "heart of steel" without any boring commercial ballad, of course We got smooth slow passages in M.O.C 2 but each real progger will realize that we got affair with very high professional guys who don't mock with the fans.
I can make a review like those we read from some excellent reviewers here but the stuff is too PERFECT that it'll take me the whole day to analyse you every part of the album because the disc just simply works like hell !!!
BUY IT THE EYES CLOSED !! YOU WON'T REGRET IT and i'm itching to have it on Digital Audio format than 320 kpbs mp3 format.

Stay tuned :-)

Skardeus | 5/5 |


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