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Monday Morning Apocalypse
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Category: Progressive Metal
Label: Inside Out
Catalog Number: 240
Tom S. Englund guitars, vocals|
Henrik Danhage guitars
Rikard Zander keyboards
Michael Hakansson bass
Jonas Ekdahl drums
|1. ||Monday Morning Apocalypse ||3:11|
|2. ||Unspeakable ||3:55|
|3. ||Lost ||3:14|
|4. ||Obedience ||4:14|
|5. ||The Curtain Fall ||3:09|
|6. ||In Remembrance ||3:34|
|7. ||At Loss for Words ||4:14|
|8. ||Till Dagmar ||1:40|
|9. ||Still in the Water ||5:18|
|10. ||The Dark I Walk You Through ||4:20|
|11. ||I Should ||4:52|
|12. ||Closure Bonus Track ||3:09|
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|Total Running Time:|| 44:50|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 5, 2016 at 22:46|
|All hell broke loose when Evergrey released this album--at least among a subset of anal-retentive prog-metal purists. Those corporate sellout fucks! Seriously, Monday Morning Apocalypse is a pretty good disc. It just isn't a concept album, and there's a greater emphasis on making the songs catchy as well as emotionally heavy and musically stellar. So yeah, some of the riffs sound a bit simplistic, but it only helps the songs stand out. Hey, I love In Search Of Truth too, but I'd be lying if I said I could really tell most of its songs apart if you played me random snippets. So I dig this one. The title track, "Lost," "In Remembrance," 'Still In The Water," 'The Dark I Walk You Through," "I Should" (the last two have quite similar choruses) and the final piano-and-vocal ballad "Closure" are my highlights.
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