Release date: 29 April 2014
Style: Melodic death metal, Progressive metal


7.3 | 22 votes


11 have it
5 want it

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Grey Skies Fallen are one of those delightful bands that, while probably more death metal than anything else, try their hardest to avoid falling under any one category for too long. Drawing influence from bands like My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, Opeth, and Porcupine Tree, this American quintet have crafted an exciting and powerful work of inspired metal.

published 11.06.2014 | Comments (2)

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Hex_Omega - 11.06.2014 at 20:06  
  Even if you don't like this album check out their early stuff:
musclassia - 15.02.2015 at 20:09  
Rating: 6 Quite tedious and meandering, even for its fairly short length, and 3 interlude-style tracks is overkill. There's some good stuff in it but one of the less impressive nominees this year

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