If you have read this article you'll know that this is the album which marked the start of the modern era for Epica, and in many ways this is an album for the future. It is a hard rock album, and it is a dramatic album, and sometimes it is a little bit too dramatic. But it is nevertheless an album that captures the essence of what Epica were when they started out. It is epic, and dramatic, and yes, it is a little bit all over the place, but that is part of its appeal. It is an album that is certainly not for the faint hearted. It is, however, an album that I would recommend for anyone who wants an insight into what Epica's music was like, and has been like, in their early days. And, as we are also talking about the start of their career, here's a quick reminder of who the band has been since that moment. I've always liked Simone's voice, and I like her style here, but this was not the album that blew me away. The album certainly has its moments, and the instrumental interludes are wonderful, but it all just seemed a little too much in places. In fact, to be honest, I felt a little disappointed about this album, which is not something I would normally say. This is an album I would recommend for many reasons, and I will always listen to it, but for a change of pace I'll put that on the shelf for now and move on to something more typical of the band social review comments Review PermalinkPosted Saturday, April 18, 2020 Review this album Report (Review #2352499)
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