Evereve - E-Mania
Massacre Records
Electro Gothic Metal
12 songs (51'51)
Release year: 2001
Evereve, Massacre Records
Reviewed by Sin

Evereve's two first albums are amongst my cult albums in my personal collection... Seasons & Stormbirds are simply two unique and magical masterpieces. Unfortunately, the singer on these 2 albums had the very bad idea of committing suicide and his replacement is far (but really far away) from keeping up with the level.

Already with the previous album Regret, I had trouble accepting him, but this E-Mania is really bad ! Actually it reminds me a bad & unsuccessful mixture of Amorphis (last 2) and Crematory with some electronic touches added on top of it... actually if you want my personal feeling, there's a reason why the band is now at Massacre and not Nuclear Blast anymore.

Okay, the sound isn't bad at all, and I'm sure this album could please a public that would discover the band with this album, but when I remember titles like The Downfall or The Bride Wears Black I cannot help myself and shed a tear while listening to the new singer while he sabotage a Suzanne or Someday. Not a bad album, but the original singer is badly missed.

Killing Songs :
Suzanne, Someday & Demons.
Sin quoted 69 / 100
Other albums by Evereve that we have reviewed:
Evereve - Enetics reviewed by Jack and quoted 85 / 100
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