This is the second album by Spanish doom metal band Evadne. If you don't know which style they play you only have to look at the song titles and you should get an idea. Negativity and mourning rules. What to think about a title like "One Last Dress For One Last Journey"? Excellent title if you ask me. The music is o.k. too, although they
have not been picked up yet by a label yet. This can only be a matter of time.
Songs in a style that sometimes reminds me of
Draconian with nice grunts of singer Albert form a nice combination with the
melancholy clean vocals. Classic piano parts, atmospheric keys and slow riffs
can all be heard in the songs. Not a lot of new elements for the genre, but executed very well. The production done by Dan Swanö puts the icing on the cake. The eight songs are all above the 5 minute
mark as you can expect from a doom band. A sporadic female voice can be heard too. An album that will be respected by the general melodic doom fan
and I think this album will bring them a step forward again.