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Release date: 12 September 2008
Style: Progressive metal


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01. A New Beginning
02. There And Back (Overture)
03. Welcome To Mercy Falls
04. Unbreakable
05. Tears For A Father
06. A Day Away
07. Tears For A Son
08. Paradise
09. Fall In Line
10. Break The Silence
11. Hide And Seek
12. Destiny Calls
13. One Last Goodbye
14. Back In Time
15. The Black Parade

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This album hasn't got a review yet? Seriously, what are prog fans doing on this forum, are they asleep or something? The only thing that separates this album from a cult classic status is its release date.

The concept follows a short period of life of a man who's in a coma. He's dreaming of a town called Mercy Falls, which serves as a metaphor for his subconscious mind. Meanwhile, the actions of his family and the people taking care of him have an impact of what he sees in his sleep - a terrible storm hits Mercy Falls just as the doctors are working on a new procedure which involves the blood of his son... Fifteen songs may seem a bit long, but the story is worth it - it passed in the blink of an eye while I was waiting to discover what caused the dreadful storm and what got him in a coma in the first place.

published 06.03.2011 | Comments (19)

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R Lewis - 06.07.2012 at 05:58  
Rating: 10 I don't usually rate something 10, but this album totally deserves it. How is it possible that only the news about Tommy Karevik and Kamelot made me know this awesome band?
Dentura - 06.07.2012 at 17:59  
Rating: 9 A very strong concept album indeed. Everyone should check it out asap!
Guardian - 08.07.2012 at 22:23  
Rating: 9 Pretty awesome band. The strange thing, though, is how cheerful tunes contrast with dark and somewhat decadent lyrics. Listen to "Unbreakable" for example.
Frudd - 06.09.2012 at 15:38  
Rating: 8 Reminds me of [i]The Human Equation{/i], which is always an awesome thing.
tea[m]ster - 07.09.2012 at 03:25  
Rating: 6 Pretty ho-hum prog release to me. Nothing genre bending.
Ellrohir - 13.02.2013 at 16:29  
  Ok, i thought "The Great Escape" was absolutely marvelous...then i heard that
Nemo Atkins - 29.03.2013 at 23:10  
  Normally, I'm not into prog metal. At all. So, you'd expect me to dislike this, right? Wrong: I actually really enjoy listening to this, as it has some incredible tracks on it and even the stuff I don't like as much is held together perfectly thanks to Tommy Karevik's fantastic vocals. I honestly would struggle to have anything seriously negative about this album!

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