To/Die/For - All Eternity
Nuclear Blast
Melodic Gothic Metal
12 songs (41'28)
Release year: 2000
To/Die/For, Nuclear Blast
Reviewed by Danny

For a first album I can tell you it is a good one ... but here, are we talking about originality or quality?

In terms of quality (music, songs, production,...) there is nothing to say : perfect. However, I will not use the same word for originality. In the Heat Of The Night (Sandra) is a good cover, but overall I think Depeche Mode is "everywhere" in this record. And I can even hear sometimes ... Tears For Fears melodies.

Don't worry, we are talking about metal here ... but I must admit it is one of the most "peaceful metal-style" I have discovered so far. For those of you who knows Depeche Mode, Paradise Lost (last record) or Darkseed (last record too) and like those bands, you can buy this one "blindly". For all others, I will apply the "try before rule".

Killing Songs :
Farewell, In The Heart Of The Night
Danny quoted 73 / 100
Other albums by To/Die/For that we have reviewed:
To/Die/For - Cult reviewed by Alex and quoted 75 / 100
To/Die/For - Jaded reviewed by Jay and quoted 87 / 100
To/Die/For - Epilogue reviewed by Sin and quoted 88 / 100
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