Evergrey - Solitude * Dominance * Tragedy
Hall Of Sermon
Power Metal (atmospheric)
9 songs (43'28)
Release year: 2000
Evergrey, Hall Of Sermon
Reviewed by Danny
Album of the month

Perfect sound, fantastic keyboards effects, heavy guitars, crystal clear voice, killing riffs : welcome to Solitude - Dominance - Tragedy ! Evergrey's last release is so powerful (riffs), and in the same time melodic (voice / guitars) & atmospheric (guitars and keyboards). The overall sounds is really great, and they even added some "classical music" effects that really brings something new to their songs.

I need to highlight here that there are so many influences (or sounds should I say), that you cannot compare Evergrey's music to another one, they "already" have their own style. From voice effect to power guitar riffs, this is the kind of album that grows in you slowly but SURELY. They are too many True Metal bands these days and Evergrey proves with this record, that you can create very good music and avoid fashion and trends. Listen to this one ! You will be impressed by the quality of their music.

From power metal songs to an unbelievable "ballad", Evergrey's song writing quality is really impressive. Let this album grow in you and discover, as I did, that this one is a killer. The more I listen to it, the better I find it. Very well done guys !!!

Killing Songs :
Solitude Within, The Shocking Truth, She Speaks To The Dead
Danny quoted 90 / 100
Other albums by Evergrey that we have reviewed:
Evergrey - The Storm Within reviewed by Alex and quoted 92 / 100
Evergrey - Hymn For The Broken reviewed by Joel and quoted 94 / 100
Evergrey - Glorious Collision reviewed by Alex and quoted 80 / 100
Evergrey - The Dark Discovery reviewed by Ben and quoted 80 / 100
Evergrey - Monday Morning Apocalypse reviewed by Alex and quoted 80 / 100
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