MMIV Lacrimae Mundi
8/11/2005 - Review by: Eric Compton
Evemaster - MMIV Lacrimae Mundi - 2005 - Crash Music
Evemaster play a dynamic brand of extreme metal, with plenty of twin guitar harmony and the most vicious of vocalists in Taskula, a young man who has a sinister black metal range. The group certainly display the razzle/dazzle of an Iron Maiden or In Flames but at the same time they mix in well timed keyboard arrangements and deep group vocal chants. The band never stray far from their fast tempo pace, only tempting the listener with gothic overtones before heading back into the storm.
Songs like "Embraced" and "Equinox Nocturne" play the part of the diverse metal musician, with plenty of atmospheric elements and sleepy keys for effect. The group mix it up nicely however, throwing fastballs like "Whispers" and "Lucrimae Mundi" right down the plate. Evemaster also mix in some session musicians for clean vocals and the synth effects. Overall this has been done before but for the most part the band keep it interesting. Nice artwork and packaging!
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