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Grey Skies Fallen : tWO wAY MIrrOr

'tWO wAY MIrrOr' is the third album for this interesting band. They were formed in 1996 as Eve of Mourning (under that name they released a promo tape), but later changed their name because that name had already been taken by another band. Under their new name, they released 'The Fate of Angels' in 1999, and in 2002 'Tomorrow's in Doubt' - both claiming positive reviews and comments. There are not many bands around who sound like this one; actually, I can’t compare it with anything I know - maybe 'Memoirs' by The 3rd and the Mortal and 'Am Universum' by Amorphis are the closest to their sound.

The music is melodic and melancholic but not depressing. I can’t pick any one song which stands out, as each one is a vital part of the whole album. Anyone who claims to be a music lover must hear this. I can only add that you can order the album through their webpage at www.greyskiesfallen.com for 10 US dollars (1 euro ~ 1.3 dollars). Believe me, for less than the cost of 2 beers from a Friday night exit, you’re going to buy something that will keep you company for long time.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated


Tracklist :
1. Blue
2. Drift
3. Two Way Mirror
4. The Opposite of Up
5. This Sinking Feeling
6. Forget the Past
7. The Few
8. Carry On

Duration : Approx. 40 minutes

Visit the Grey Skies Fallen bandpage.

Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Dimitris Plastiras
Aesthetic Death
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