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Evergrey - In Search Of Truth CD (album) cover




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4.06 | 184 ratings

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5 stars Now this is an album I feel worthy of the big points. You know that pop-up reminding you that you only give 5 stars to good albums? Well this made me think seriously about my review and the same thoughts still ran through my head.

Let me start with the album construction - Awesome. Each song has been written so that the next follows on and each tells a seperate part of the story that the lyricist is attempting to communicate to the listener.

The songs themselves - Awesome. I love every last one (I do not have time disect each one. Though I would love to. :P ) My favourite's would have to be 'Mark of the Triangle' and 'Dark Waters' But like I said, there isn't really a bad song. They are all great. :D

Talent - Awesome :P It is clear in this album that each member in this band are extremely talented and have practiced well over the years. The main part that would show it is the intro part of 'The Masterplan' - 1 minute os sheer talent. Not to mention the insturmental section in the middle. Seriosuly though - it is just....brilliant! There are plenty of other decent parts. But that is the main one for me.

But anyone looking for a brilliant album, try this. It really is just...just...sheer amazement on a CD. No more to be said, just look it up. In fact, there's a good video on the internet somewhere of 'The Masterplan'. That was just fantastic so you should look it up as well. I'm sure it was on

Anyway, I'm out. Enjoy!

yface1 | 5/5 |


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