There are supercharged versions of the band’s songs like “Signs Of The Time,” “Divine Addiction,” and “Lost In Oblivion” which showcase the band’s versatility to play their complicated music live.
Downfall is an interesting release, in that parts of the album show a confident, extremely talented band that clearly has the instrumental talents and songwriting to challenge the best prog bands in the world, but it also has some points where it comes up just a bit short, largely due to some weak vocal melodies and an inconsistent vocalist.
Easily a more accessible album than some of their past work; so it should appeal to those who aren’t a bunch of nerds, though we nerds are certainly going crazy over the brilliance of Winter Ethereal
With ‘Shehili’, Myrath proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are one of the best bands going today in the progressive metal realm.
With ‘Shehili’, Myrath have produced one of the stand-out albums of 2019. If you are looking for something new, or are an existing fan of this tremendous band, then I urge you to check out Shehili upon its release on May 3rd. You will certainly not be disappointed.
It’s an album that does have its share of fun and flashy moments but also manages to be very subtle at points, and it’s clearly a lovingly crafted album, with a ton of little details in each track.
Interview and Live Photos by Robert Cavuoto Dream Theater will be releasing their newest progressive-metal masterpiece, Distance Over Time on February 22nd via InsideOutMusic/Sony Music. The new CD lives up to Dream Theater’s reputation of a band who can blend well-crafted guitar and vocal melodies with the sheer brute force of progressive metal. It’s a […]
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Having been one of the first “journalists” to give Rapheumet’s Well any press upon the release of their first album
In part two of our Evergrey The Atlantic double feature, we look back on a recent interview with Tom Englund and Jonas Ekdahl, as they reflect on the band, the album, and the future. ED: It’s been two years since you gave us your last album, “The Storm Within”, arguably one of your best albums […]