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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 4, 2016 at 22:14|
|This is typical Evergrey: mounrful (morose even), melodic, keyboard-laced but heavy and seven-stringed power metal. Where it falls short is in production. It lacks punch. The drums don't pound, they thwack. The guitars just don't have that low-end rumble. And some of the keys have a jittery, almost industrial sound. I wish this were recorded with the typical thick sound, like on Torn or Hymns For The Broken. Interestingly, the band were on the verge of breaking up at this point, as Glorious Collision was nearly their swan song. Oh, and Tomm Englund's lyrics STILL are ungrammatical, with verbs and nouns disagreeing hither and yon.
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