Post by carolexodus on Apr 17, 2020 14:08:47 GMT -6
Oh my god, this quarantine is suprising me, albums coming out left and right including my 90's-early 00's favs. I love the cover, it's true, it gives off 90's grungy vibes, I don't think they're going that way with thee music, but I like the vibe, reminds me of some 90's female rock bands. I wonder if it's going to be a more direct album than previous ones, dealing with more political stuff maybe? I hope so.
Just an observation, I was reading the comments on Ev's fb site and it's incredible how some people (thankfully the minority) are stuck in Fallen/TOD, one would think that if they lost interest in their music so many years ago, why are they even looking forward to a new album in the first place? They're very hang up on the whole Fallen era and how popular they were, that just isn't going to happen again, it's highly unlikely, it was a point in time where the conditions were given for a band like them and that type of music to be popular. It happens to most artists, doesn't mean they're not doing enjoyable music anymore.
I agree with Matt. Amy never liked of being associated with goth. She likes the dark stuff, and that's all.
The album cover is strange to me, but I'm slowly getting used to it. It's very 2005 as someone put it on Twitter. Lol. I thought they would get rid of the E logo/font for Synthesis only, as it was more of a passion/side project. Are we counting TBT as the fifth album, right? To me Synthesis is the fourth.
I'm really curious about the album's sound and direction. I know it's gonna be diverse, as it has TOD/weird vibes. And I'm hoping they will get a better mixing engineer, because Ev3 and The Chain's mixing is so bad!
Am I aiming too high to hear any unreleased 'broken record' song on the new album? Haha.
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