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Release date: 27 March 2006
Style: Progressive metal, Power metal

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01. Monday Morning Apocalypse
02. Unspeakable
03. Lost
04. Obedience
05. The Curtain Fall
06. In Remembrance
07. At Loss For Words
08. Till Dagmar
09. Still In The Water
10. The Dark I Walk You Through
11. I Should
12. Closure [Limited Edition bonus]

The best Progressive Metal album of 2006

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Lyrics (12)


Line-up
Tom S. Englund - vocals, guitar
Henrik Danhage - guitars
Michael Håkansson - bass
Rikard Zander - keyboard
Jonas Ekdahl - drums

Session musicians
Carina Englund - vocals
Sigvard Järrebring - strings


Additional info
Recorded at Division One Studios, Hedefors, Sweden.
Additional engineering by Arnold Linberg.
Mastered by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers, Helsinki.
Produced by Sanken Sandqvist and Evergrey.
Mixed by Stefan Glaumann at ToyTown Studios, Stockholm, Sweden.
ProTools editing by Staffan Gelmins and Tom S. Englund.
Engineered by Sanken Sandqvist.
Recorded by Staffan Gelmins, Tom S. Englund, Sanken Sandqvist and Jonas Ekdahl.

String arrangement on "In Remembrance" written by Sigvard Järrebring and Rikard Zander.

Photos by Bingo Rimér.
Artwork and layout by Mattias Norén.

Staff review by
Jeff

Rating:
8.0
Evergrey, one of my favourite Swedish bands is back, two years only after the release of their precedent excellent album, "The Inner Circle". The last album was really nice, full of emotion but (it's not a reproach) a bit soft too in general. It was more melancholic and peaceful than "Recreation Day" but however really enjoyable. But Evergrey is one of these few bands that knows how to change its direction without any problem and that knows how to surprise its fans. The proof is "Monday Morning Apocalypse", a powerful album this time.. as always Evergrey knows how to do great music…

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Windiz - 09.10.2010 at 15:12  
Rating: 8 A very good and underrated album. Long live Evergrey.
CrippledReverend - 28.01.2011 at 23:35  
Rating: 9 Musicianship: 9
Vocal: 10
Atmosphere: 9
Melody: 9
Originality: 8
Production: 9
CD Covers: 10

Best Songs:
02. Unspeakable
04. Obedience
07. At Loss For Words
09. Still In The Water
12. Closure
NocturnalStalker - 01.08.2013 at 17:33  
Rating: 9 It seems to me that this album is unfairly underrated. It has many great songs with good riffs and catchy melodies. Tom also sings very well with his voice serving as a medium for the deep (and usually dark) emotions that are behind the lyrics. One of my favourite Evergrey albums.
robpal - 02.05.2014 at 13:43  
Rating: 8 Underrated album. It's more softer, catchy and not as complex as previous three, but it's full of great tunes.
Their downfall started with "Torn"...

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