Tomorrow's Eve
The Tower
Style: Progressive Metal
Release date: May 30th 2007

Tomorrow's Eve has decided to release a 4-track single before entering the studio to record the follow up to last year's great album 'Mirror of Creation 2 - Genesis II', to let the fans get an indication of which direction they'll take with the new album.

If the two new songs "The Tower" and "Remember" are representative for the album, then I think we are in for a real treat, because both shows a mature band making a statement for themselves. Well produced and played progressive metal which falls nicely inline with the material from last years great album.

They have re-recorded two songs from their back catalogue; "Success" from their debut album 'The Unexpected World" (2000) and "Not from this World" from their latest album 'Mirror of Creation 2 - Genesis II' (2006). Martin LeMar is really breathing fresh air into that old song and does make a better impression than the original, which was sung by Peter Webel. "Not from this World" is still a very good ballad, and the contrast between vocalists Martin LeMar and Jennie Kloos is still what makes this song interesting and cool.

22 minutes of good, solid progressive metal and hopefully a good indication of what is still to come...

Label: Lion Music
Provided by: Zink Music
Distribution: Bonnier/Amigo
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: June 3rd 2007