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Klone - Black Days

8.1 | 48 votes |
Release date: 19 April 2010
Style: Alternative metal, Progressive metal


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Disc I
01. Rite Of Passage
02. Spiral Down
03. Give Up The Rest
04. Hollow Way
05. Immaculate Desire
06. Closed Season (Interlude)
07. The Spell Is Cast
08. Danse Macabre
09. Rain Bird
10. Behold The Silence
11. Army Of Me [Björk cover]
12. The Monster [MP3 version bonus]
13. Give Up The Rest [live] [MP3 version bonus]
14. Spiral Down [live] [MP3 version bonus]
15. The Spell Is Cast [live] [MP3 version bonus]

Disc II [DVD bonus: All Seeing Live]
01. Intro
02. Introspection
03. Candlelight
04. Home
05. Last Breath
06. Chocked
07. Interlude
08. Nothing's The Same
09. Empire Of Shame
10. Promises
11. Under My Skin
12. All Seeing Eye
13. Disembody

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Here's an album you'll be seeing on many "Top" lists for 2010. I see Klone called prog sometimes, and though Black Days is some groovy, gritty metal music done in a progressive way this isn't exactly "prog" as some might consider the genre in a classic sense. At times I'm even reminded of Tool; yet whether or not prog is your thing, as long as you don't mind a bit of grit and darkness with your music then you're in for a real treat with Black Days.

published 12.12.2010 | Comments (13)

Groovy, gritty, alt-prog album you'll be spinning long after your "Best of 2010" list is forgotten. It'll remind you a bit of classic Tool, but Klone has crafted their very own mesmerizing world of darkness... Black Days are ahead indeed.

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25.02.2011 - 12:15
Rating: 8
In Bone Factory
Scarve + Devin Townsend + Tool = Black Days

but still a nice album
a hammerhead goobrian
04.05.2013 - 15:52
Rating: 9
Arcesse Eum
Gritty, grimy, dark and passionate - I don't hear the Tool similarity beyond the fact that both bands are awesome, they both groove and they're both fairly dark in atmosphere.
As above, so below.
28.12.2015 - 21:15
Rating: 8
High Fist Prog
Nice album this. Even though 70% of the first two tracks was a Tool rip-off, dare I say they've done Tool better than Tool in some cases.

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