Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. You were all around The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games In my mind There's nothing i could do You have really known me From day one I've learned to love from you Who can tell what's wrong or right?
Oh, i don't know no, no But then you gave sense to my life And new hope Yellow leaves are falling What are you waiting for? And dream away The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Gamesyou gave me shelter In this world Where all the faith has gone My sweat The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games You left me But your memory lives on And there's nothing left to lose If there's nothing you earn That's the only way life goes Now i learned When the trees are falling Leaves of november To me they're still as beautiful as they were Deep down in your heart Love will be your guide now So let it lead you!
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Mais ouvidas de Everwood. Playlists relacionadas. Mais acessados. Todos Rock Gospel Sertanejo Mais. That is, there should be more emphasis on the individuality of each particular song. This is not a major problem, but a minor issue which seemed to come back from time to time.
One more thing I find lacking is the bass which is too "hidden" from hearing and I could only make it out well in a part of Silent Wind where it had a nice line. The bass, when "let loose" can do wonders and add so much to the music, rather than just accompany it.
A nice feature I like about the band, apart from their catchy melodies, the playfulness and experimentation of the keyboards and their vigorous approach, is the richness of their sound, the volume of the music as it reaches my ears, which is something that is shared with other symphonic metal bands, as they're often called.
It is obvious that they know their stuff and what they like, but where the band truly shines is in tracks like Prelude which is the first part of "The Raven's Nest" story. This is an instrumental intro, which shows both their influences but their own sound as well. This shows more than in any other song, their progressive tendencies, their eagerness to go beyond the frame and boundaries they seem to be playing inside of in most of the other tracks.
Now, my view of The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games album is that it is good but The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games too special to make me recommend it wholeheartedly or with too much enthusiasm. I can recommend it specifically to people into this Life Ends - Cyberogre - Life Ends type of metal and maybe to several metal heads, given that they are inclined to this style.
I find it to be a good album, but not much more. I can't say it's a great album, an excellent addition to your collection or anything of that sort. I can enjoy this, but it is not memorable. I am sure some will say this is an excellent and accomplished prog-metal, which I can understand, but not share the impression. I might return to listen to it several more times in the future. No, make that an exceptionally bright future.
The 15 songs on TRN are well-recorded, masterfully executed, and genuinely engaging. Most importantly for me, Everwood has a firm grasp on melody. So even though their songs can be guitar-driven heavy a la Dream Theater or Symphony X, they aren't afraid to tone down things The Lark - Balakirev*, Alexander Paley - Piano Music (Complete) tug at the heartstrings using delicate solo piano or synths a la Marillion circa Misplaced Childhood.
In other words, Everwood strikes a refreshing balance between poignancy and an all-out head-banging metal onslaught. Balazs "Balu" Koncz has a remarkable voice, boasting plenty of power and range -- with just a hint of an accent.
Sure, if I listen hard enough for it, I can hear his Hungarian origins. But Balu sings, clearly, with passion and genuineness. There are some American-born singers who enunciate less well than Balu, I can assure you.
Guitarist Ferenc Farkas, keyboarist Attila Tanczer, and bassist Viktor Erdos create a lush musical landscape that draws me in while drummer Tamas Szabo propels it all forward -- breathlessly when need be, restrained and careful when a deft touch is required. It's obvious he's a gifted percussionist, but he doesn't need to double-time his way through the entire album to prove it.
And that's the key to understanding Everwood. These guys are not your typical prog metal musicians. This isn't wall-of-sound metal played at breakneck speed with vocals that scream more often than not. There's a place in the world for such music. I happen to like those bands. But Everwood isn't Bowlsesh - Δir °MΔc* - 酸素中の化学物質 (File) that category.
And, for that, I'm thankful. Because, for me, music that stands the test of time is that which I can play repeatedly, and in which I can hear something different each time.
There are gaps in the songs into which my mind can fall like Alice down the rabbit hole. Immer wieder Tempowechsel, variable Geschwindigkeiten und die immer wieder bezaubernden Melodien. On ne plaisante pas The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games Everwood! Un must! Everwood is a progressive metal band from Hungary, and their debut full length CD Mind Games is a symphonic journey that will please fans who regularly divulge in the sounds from bands like Dream Theater, Kamelot, Symphony X, Rhapsody, or Pain of Salvation.
Overall the band has a very appealing sound. Lead singer Balazs "Balu" Koncz for the most part has a strong voice that fits the music well, although his Hungarian accent is very apparent and at times he struggles to hit some of the Next Time Maybe - Post Industrial Boys - Unintended registers. The keyboard playing of Attila Tanczer plays an integral role in the music of Everwood, as he creates huge soundscapes, melodies and textures by which guitarist Ferenc Farkas feeds off of.
While you will hear some shredding from both players at times, Mind Games is ultimately not about chops, but songs. At times I Hear A Symphony - Various - De Pre Historie 1965 of the arrangements seem a tad disjointed, but with some seasoning I can see this band getting tighter in the songwriting department.
The band really excels at the more mid-tempo material, like the melodic "Black Leaves Fall", a soaring number featuring great vocals, sweeping keyboards, and just enough crunchy guitar to keep things interesting. In the end, Mind Games is a solid release from a young band that in all likelihood has a strong future The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games of them. With a few more albums under their belt, Everwood may very well be mentioned in the same circles as some of the other heavyweights of the prog-metal genre.
Time will tell. For now, enjoy the sounds of a promising band on the rise. MJBrady Published on: 2 Jan Everwood are a new progressive metal band coming from Hungary, they play adventurous and energetic music that fits the categorically misunderstood genre of progmetal perfectly, lot's of changes, keyboards, and music that takes a new turn and twist every few bars.
Now the band does measure up in providing all of the pre-requisite nuances that comprise progmetal as far as being 'progressive'. Vocally, the band does sing in English, with an obvious accent, which When Tomorrow Comes - Prime Code - Somewhere Today not so hard to understand.
If anything the singers range is good, yet his tone is not up there with the better vocalists around. Yet I am one to be forgiving for small blemishes, especially if the musical aspects of the artists are impressive enough. In the case of Everwood's Whitewater (Original Mix) - Wildback - Whitewater cd, I can hear enough good ideas to credit the band as an up and comer.
Were it not for the fact that has seen so many great debut cds from new progmetal bands, I'd have even more praise for what Everwood has created with this cd. Band's like Circus Maximus, Pantommind, Lord of Mushrooms and Spheric Universe Experience certainly have set the bar very high for debut releases by new bands.
And in hearing Everwoods' cd, they are not quite at that level of maturation, or having the complete package Blood For The Return - Mirage (83) - Blood For The Return this point.
Again, I will emphasize that this band does have a lot going for them, and it wouldn't surprise me to see this Everwood gaining in leaps and bounds on future releases.
Progmetal is a tough genre to make a statement in. Bands like Dream Theater, Symphony X, Andromeda, Dreamscape amoungst a few others have provided a standard to which all others will be held to, and at this point, nothing short of excellence will be enough to propel newcomers to the place where their music is considered essential. While Everwood shows the elements that make for a great band, they still have a few things to work towards to get to that next level of creating music that will draw you into the created works.
Here on Mind Games, the keyboards seemed to be using dated or uninspired sounds and patches. The playing isn't bad, just the overall tone is not that of some of the more inventive keyboardists in progmetal, this could easily be overcome by more up to date modules or equipment. Also, more attention to melody and The Colonists - Black Leaves Fall - Everwood - Mind Games could really enhance Everwoods overall effectness as a major player in the progmetal genre. After all, the conclusion of my inner thoughts was rather disappointing Very few artists have taken seriously their intentions and even fewer succeeded to present to the public a refreshing and non predictable musical proposition.
Everwood belong to the brave new generation that still has self consciousness, true belief to the vision and the guts to record a remarkable set of dynamic compositions that will surely "touch" the sensitive chords of every serious prog metal fan. The expressive and lyrical approach of their singer although I insist that his interpretation owes much more to prog rock performers than modern metal vocalists is surely the ace in the sleeve A Vision - Yvor Winters - Yvor Winters Reads From His Own Works the band but hopefully it's not the only one.
The overall songs structure has similarities with Poverty's No Crime's composing way, one of the most honest and decent European prog bands but after all I don't think this is the main point in our case. I've listened many times the album and I confess that the more I'm listening it, the more I discover well hidden rhythms and melodies which can't be traced from the beginning.
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