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Evergrey - Recreation Day

8.7 | 399 votes |
Release date: 2003
Style: Progressive metal, Power metal


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01. The Great Deceiver
02. End Of Your Days
03. As I Lie Here Bleeding
04. Recreation Day
05. Visions
06. I'm Sorry
07. Blinded
08. Fragments
09. Madness Caught Another Victim
10. Your Darkest Hour
11. Unforgivable
12. Trilogy Of The Damned [bonus]
    1 - As Light Is Our Darkness
    2 - Words Mean Nothing
    3 - The Shocking Truth

Top 20 albums of 2003: 16

Guest review by
The Silent Man
I think that Evergrey is really one of the most original bands in the international metal scene. Although this has been considered a progressive metal act, InsideOut labels Recreation Day as "File under Metal". In fact, this album has not a definite musical style. A few adjectives to describe it: dark, gloomy, obscure. The only band that could come close to their style is Pain Of Salvation .

published 29.01.2004 | Comments (4)

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Evergrey is one of the most original prog bands you could ever know. It doesn't have the style of other known prog metal bands, such as Dream Theater, Ivory Tower, Queensrÿche or Fates Warning. They have their own heavy-dark kind of progressive metal. With their keyboards they can create different kinds of atmospheres: dark, blue, depressing and/or nostalgic.

published 00.00.0000 | Comments (2)

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08.02.2015 - 07:49
Joe Zombie

Fans often cite 'In Search of Truth' as the band's greatest, but I thoroughly disagree. This one right here is their masterpiece. Not a bad track on the album; in fact, they're all superb.

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