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Tomorrow's Eve - Mirror Of Creation
Tomorrow’s Eve from Germany was founded in Germany in 1998. In 2000 they brought out their debut album The Unexpected World through B-Side records. In 2001 they began writing for an concept album, and that album was released in 2003, and which is the album that we are going to review now. Mirror Of Creation is a concept album. If you want to know exactly about what it is, you should read the interview with Tomorrow’s Eve in the Interview section. I’ll be brief. It’s about the control of human genes, and thus making a perfect human. Now there is a boy that has been “optimized” and that boy looks into the Mirror of Creation. In 13 songs you’ll follow the path of the boy and what he sees. The first song is an intro song, which is followed powerful by Optimization. The song is powerful by its pounding bass and the nice difficult keyboard riffs, perfectly brought into balance by the guitars. The music is a mixture between Progressive and Power Metal, and a very good mix indeed. The lyrics are intelligent and nice to follow. The mixture of these 2 styles is done frequently, but Tomorrow’s Eve isn’t just a clone from another band. That’s another point, the originality. It’s been a quite long time ago I got an album that was original and with Mirror Of Creation I think Tomorrow’s Eve have found an own sound and that’s very important for a Progressive Power band. As the story continues the music influences the atmosphere of the environment, a very tricky part but performed well. Songs like Live Your Dream, Crazed Gunman and the title track Mirror Of Creation are very neat and easy listenable. That makes the album not just an underground album that reaches only the pure fans, it’s also a little bit orientated for the mass. Well, it was quite hard to make a judgement, should this record be a straight 100 out of 100 or not. It would be if for the vocals. Sometimes the vocals aren’t just up to 100 % and irritate a little bit. But that would just be me. I really enjoyed listening to this album and that makes this album its mark completely worth. Don’t understand me wrong about the vocals, just check it out for yourself and make sure you at least find one song or just buy the friggin’ album! Track List: 1: Prof. Brandon 2: Optimization 3: Cold Silence 4: If Eyes Turn Blind 5: Lost 6: Live Your Dream 7: Next Chapter 8: New Orders 9: Crazed Gunman 10: Mirror Of Creation 11: Too Many Lies 12: Point Of No Return 13: Tomorrow? Line Up: Vocals – Rouven Bitz Guitars – Rainer Grund Bass – Rene Muller Keyboards – Oliver Schwickert Drums – Oliver Jungmann
Tomorrow's Eve - Mirror Of Creation
94/1001Details Source Of Deluge Records
Released on Monday Nov 30th, -0001


Writer @Mat-Core on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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