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Hymns For The Broken
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Category: Progressive Metal
Label: AFM Records
Catalog Number: AFM 501-2
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Henrik Danhage Guitars, Backing Vocals|
Johan Nieman Bass, Backing Vocals
Jonas Ekdahl Drums
Rikard Zander Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Tom S. Englund Vocals, Guitars
|1. ||The Awakening |
|2. ||King of Errors |
|3. ||A New Dawn |
|4. ||Wake a Change |
|5. ||Archaic Rage |
|6. ||Barricades |
|7. ||Black Undertow |
|8. ||The Fire |
|9. ||Hymns for the Broken |
|10. ||Missing You |
|11. ||The Grand Collapse |
|12. ||The Aftermath |
|13. ||Hymns for the Broken Piano Version |
|14. ||Barricades Piano Version |
|15. ||These Scars Piano Version |
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 30, 2016 at 19:36|
|After stumbling a bit with Glorious Collision (as much a problem of production as songwriting), and nearly breaking up, Evergrey is back with Hymns For The Broken. Nobody does quite what these guys do, with their signature brand of morose, heavy, thought-provoking metal, putting the power in power/prog. The only weak point on this album is that the pace of many songs just seems too slow, and the disc lapses into occasional droning passages that are had to stay focused on, which isn't helped by the overall length of some tracks. Favorites include "King Of Errors," "A New Dawn," "Barricades" and "Black Undertow." "Missing You" is the requisite emotionally-wrenching piano ballad, but it's marred by a lack of an identifiable rhythm, and more so by Tom's voice going badly off-key in places.
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