Evergrey - The Inner Circle album flac
|1||A Touch Of Blessing|
|3||In The Wake Of The Weary|
|5||Waking Up Blind|
|6||More Than Ever|
|7||The Essence Of Conviction|
|8||Where All Good Sleep|
|10||When The Walls Go Down|
|13||Madness Caught Another Victim|
- Distributed By – SPV GmbH – SPV 087-60730 CD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Inside Out Music
- Copyright (c) – Inside Out Music
- Licensed From – Evergrey
- Art Direction, Layout – Mattias Norén, ProgArt Media
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Michael Håkansson
- Co-producer – Jonas Ekdahl, Rikard Zander
- Drums – Jonas Ekdahl
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Henrik Danhage
- Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Rikard Zander
- Mastered By – Dragan Tanaskovic
- Mixed By, Engineer – Arnold Lindberg, Tom S Englund*
- Photography [Band] – Göran Danhage At Yfo Lab
- Photography [Cover] – Lisa Thanner / Pixgallery.com
- Producer – Henrik Danhage, Tom S Englund*
- Vocals, Guitar – Tom S Englund*
NotesRecorded at Division One Studios, Hedefors, Sweden September 2003 - February 2004.
Mastered at Bohus mastering.
Bonus: Evergrey live and acoustic in France
"I'm Sorry" - Recorded in Paris
"Recreation Day" - Recorded in Grenoble
"Madness Caught Another Victim" - Recorded in Saint Etienne
℗&© 2004 InsideOutMusic. Licensed from Evergrey.
Distributed by SPV GmbH.
SPV 087-60730 CD
Made in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 93723 00972 8
- Label Code: LC 01414
|IOMCD 165, IOMACD 2079||Evergrey||The Inner Circle (CD, Album, Promo)||Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music||IOMCD 165, IOMACD 2079||Germany||2004|
|AFM 703-1, AFM 703||Evergrey||The Inner Circle (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Blu)||AFM Records, AFM Records||AFM 703-1, AFM 703||Europe||2018|
|AFM 703-9||Evergrey||The Inner Circle (CD, Album, Dig)||AFM Records||AFM 703-9||Germany||2018|
|HEL0336||Evergrey||The Inner Circle (CD, Album)||Hellion Records||HEL0336||Brazil||2004|
|IOMSECD 165, IOMACD 2079, 6 93723 00972 8||Evergrey||The Inner Circle (CD, Album, S/Edition, Sli)||Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music||IOMSECD 165, IOMACD 2079, 6 93723 00972 8||Germany||2004|
The Inner Circle is the fifth studio album from the progressive metal band Evergrey, released in 2004. The album is a concept album that deals with the themes of religion, cults and child abuse. According to an interview with frontman Tom S. Englund, the spoken word parts in the album are of an actual person. The last track on the album, When The Walls Go Down samples excerpts from David Wilkerson's speech "A Call To Anguish". All lyrics written by Tom S. Englund. Tom S. Englund – Vocals & guitar.
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Album Name The Inner Circle. Labels InsideOut Music. Members owning this album156. 1. A Touch of Blessing. 3. In the Wake of the Weary. 7. The Essence of Conviction. 8. Where All Good Sleep. 10. When the Walls Go Down.
Evergrey, in addition, are huge fans of the concept album, and this one, "The Inner Circle," is no exception, dealing with a person lured into a religious cult and who is eventually unwillingly turned into an ideological automaton that destroys his self-respect and leaves him alone again. A theme in some Scandanavian metal is a criticism of religion or at least the fanatical breeds of followers it creates, and this follows that in a manner that Operation: Mindcrime fans should love
Evergrey's 2004 release, 'The Inner Circle', is a concept album that focuses on themes of religion and abuse. Sounds pleasant, right? It's a very dark and gritty record, that pulls no punches as it tackles some deeply disturbing subject matter. A heavy focus on strings gives this album a gothic feel, which suits the dark nature of the lyrics. And the production packs one hell of a punch, giving the heavy songs the balls they need and the softer songs the essence of melancholy and dreariness. I told you, this won't be pretty. The musicianship is top notch here, disregarding the common misconception that every progressive metal album involves endless solos and self-indulgent musical passages, 'The Inner Circle' focuses on atmosphere, with all guitar and keyboard solos being suited to the music perfectly.
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I don't know if The Inner Circle is their best one but no doubt is close to it (does it matter?). When lots of crappy, happy metal is flooding to us everywhere, everyday, it is very refreshing to listen to bands like Evergrey. AORPOMPY May 23, 2004 19:30.
The Inner Circle is Evergrey’s darkest (greyest) and best release to date. When I first heard it, it didn’t do much for me – maybe because I expected something else, but also because this is a heavy concept to dig into, and the music goes hand-in-hand with the concept. With a few exceptions, I really thought the album lacked melodies. Now, I find haunting melodies in every little 0 and 1 of the digital product, and I am very tempted to call this the Operation: Mindcrime of this decennium
The Inner Circle (2004) by Evergrey. Labels: InsideOut Music. Genres: Dark Progressive Metal, Power Metal Members: Tom Englund, Henrik Danhage, Michael Hakansson, Jonas Ekdahl, Rikard Zander.