Reviews: Light & Shade - The Essence Of Everything

Reviews: Light & Shade - The Essence Of Everything

Reviews: Light & Shade - The Essence Of Everything

First Full Length Album from International Power Metal Band, Light & Shade. I reviews this album track by track. Check it out.

1st track, Essence Of You. Easy opening, her vocals like Amy Lee. 2nd track, Drown In The Absurdity. Her sang like a Beauty & a Beast and Her shrill vocals really excellent. Rather melodic in the reff. 3rd track, Spirit of Anne. The song is very excited, her vocals very loose, and madness guitar solo. Piano sound on the last part it’s very sweet. 4th track, Burned. Changeable music composition and Neoclassical guitar solo really insane.

5th track, You’re. Acoustic & Folk elements and added with Male vocals made this song really solid. Distortion riffs and Acoustic licks, that’s great combination. 6th track, Meet Me in Summer. This song slower than previous track, but more Heavy Metal. Mid-tempo and Heavy riffs. There’s some Ethno element, especially chant like Folk music in Africa and America. 7th track, Brokenhearted. This song rather Progressive, and her vocals awesome and variatives.

8th track, Lionhearted. Soft Vocals and Acoustic Music. A calm song for cooling down after hear heavier tracks previously. 9th track, Wanted So Far. Changeable music composition from acoustic to distortion and from distortion to acoustic.  Usually, her sang excellently in clean and harsh vocals. 10th track, Welcome The Cold. Acoustic licks alongside Distortion riffs. Easy song and catchy. Usually, her sang excellently. 11th track, The Essence of Everything. 60% Acoustic and 40% Distortion. This song a lot of Shrill and Choir.

Great Vocals, Great Cover Art and Great Composition.
Score: 95%

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