the winter of 2004 Raintime hooked up with IntroMental Management and
secured themselves a worldwide record deal with Arise Records.
now I am sitting here with their debut album "Tales From Sadness",
and its melodic death metal with a lot of power, technical bits and
pieces and the harshness and attitude - especially in the vocal
department - of a modern melo-death metal band.
me Raintime sounds like a mixture of Children Of Bodom, In Flames and
Evergrey. This album needs a few spins to sink in, but after 8-10
spins in my CD-player I found it quite good. The playing is tight, the
songs are very melodic, and even the production is good. So therefore
thumbs up for Raintime, and do you a favor and check thus great album
Recommended tracks: “Moot-Lie", "Faithland",
"Denied Recollection", "Using The Light Forever"
& "Daily Execution/Paradox Defeat"