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Dwelling in the Out
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Category: Prog Metal
Label: Inside Out
Catalog Number: IOMCD042
Matthew Pacheco vocals, keyboards|
Dave Souza guitars
Michael Keegan bass
Timothy Hart drums
|1. ||Living for Yesterday ||5:36|
|2. ||Darkest Day ||4:48|
|3. ||Dwelling in the Out ||5:45|
|4. ||The Forgotten ||6:21|
|5. ||Adrift ||5:18|
|6. ||Night Falls Forever ||6:10|
|7. ||Machine Cage ||6:00|
|8. ||Letting Go ||5:15|
|9. ||The Agony Column ||5:05|
|10. ||Along the Way ||6:40|
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|Total Running Time:|| 56:58|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 25, 2001 at 18:57|
|Very dark atmosphere and thought provoking metal. One of if not the best discs released in 2000. Highly recommended. If you don't have this disc, what are you waiting for?
||Date: January 5, 2002 at 16:09|
|Excellent progressive metal. Very dark and innovative lyrics and atmosphere. The standout number has to be "Night Falls Forever". Also great are "Letting Go", "Dwelling In The Out" and "Darkest Day". A must have for anyone who loves prog metal. Highly recommended.
|From: Friday 13th
||Date: May 23, 2002 at 6:31|
|Good album by a band who sound close to that of Heir Apparent and Queensryche. I hope there still together. email@example.com
|From: Mr. Jimmy
||Date: May 28, 2002 at 18:24|
|Dark, atmospheric. and melodic metal. Showcases magnificent musicianship, though the lyrics and vocals are patchy, and the production pushes vocals back into the background. But the album has many rewards for lovers of progressive metal. Highly Reccomended
||Date: June 19, 2003 at 21:08|
|This disc will not disappoint any Digital Ruin fan, and will certainly appeal to those who like their metal dark, heavy, and melodic. It manages to chill the bones while remaining melodically warm, something that very few bands can accomplish (Tad Morose, Fates Warning, Superior come to mind)…
||Date: January 7, 2007 at 12:18|
|Very good progressive metal here.A touch of early Queensryche influence as well.(Mystic dark side like Queensryche's mini ep)Vocals not quite up to par as Tate but none the less pretty good.Melodic but powerful too.Good cd !
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