Evereve - Enetics: 11 Orgies Of Mass Enjoyment On The Dark Side Of The Planet

7.6 | 26 votes |
Release date: 2003
Style: Atmospheric gothic metal


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01. This Heart
02. The More She Knows
03. Abraza La Luz (Embrace The Light)
04. Her Last Summer
05. SilverGod
06. X-Istence (I'm Free)
07. December Wounds
08. Along Comes A Fool
09. One More Day
10. Eat-Grow-Decay
11. 1951

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Being one of the most beautiful gothic metal acts with "Seasons" and, especially, "Stormbirds", after the tragic suicide of their first singer Tom Sedotschenko they started moving towards a more electronic sound steadily, from album to album, remaining always metal.

"Enetics" is their 5th release and with it Evereve show both a powerful and at the same time emotional side of their sound, harmonizing both elements beautifully. The guitars are heavily distorted for sure and the riffing is inspired lending power to the compositions, something important for metal bands that deal with electronics in their sound. Of course more acoustic moments concerning the guitar work are present and they make the atmosphere more emotional. The rhythm section of course should play an important role and so it does. Imposing drumming and pulsating bass lines lend the ideal groove to the compositions when they harmonize with the riffing and the overall outcome is dynamic!

published 01.12.2005 | Comments (1)

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