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The Dark Discovery
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||Date: December 27, 2003 at 0:53|
|To be honest, I'm blown away by this disc. Throw in a neat concept, power, Andy LaRocque, darkness, warmth, beauty and emotion, and this adds up to one hell of a disc. All in all, everything about this band and it's music is done right, and it would be hard to find anything to complain about unless the style doesn't appeal to you. Other than that, strap in for a dark ride through death, but in a beautiful, tasteful manner if that makes any sense. Highly recommended.
|From: viking king
||Date: January 27, 2005 at 21:46|
|i like the songs here sorry/ blinded not sure what disc there on but a good band
||Date: February 1, 2005 at 14:27|
|The best Evergrey's Album!
|From: real music
||Date: May 4, 2005 at 0:03|
|nirvana soundgarden stp the melvins screemin trees pearl jam L7 bikini kill the stigs killer bands
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 8, 2016 at 19:30|
|The first point of reference that jumps to mind for me is maybe a strange one: Pantera. Yes, this is melodic, European power/prog metal, but I swear, that's Dime's Cowboys From Hell guitar tone all over this disc. It's impossible to hear certain songs, like "December 26," "Beyond Salvation," "When The River Calls" and "To Hope Is To Fear," and not catch the Pantera influence, even though the vocals and keys have nothingi to do with that band. The Dark Discovery is one album I wish I'd been exposed to in 1998, because I would've loved it, whereas I just wasn't ready for other releases from around the same time with a more progressive bent, like Nevermore or Symphony X. Evergrey are a band you can enjoy even if you're more into straight-up rock. Even though some of the prominent keyboards and out-there subject matter pushes this toward elves-dancing-in-the-forest, the feeling of inner darkness is never far 9hence the band name), and it's this melancholy that keeps Evergrey from being any
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 8, 2016 at 19:35|
|... anything like the soundtrack for a Tolkien convention.
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