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Artist: In This Moment
Title: The Dream (Limited Edition)
Label: Century
Genre: Metal
Bitrate: 210kbit av.
Time: 00:54:41
Size: 88.21 mb
Rip Date: 2009-04-28
Str Date: 2009-05-04

01. The Rabbit Hole 1:00
02. Forever 4:21
03. All For You 4:55
04. Lost At Sea 3:46
05. Mechanical Love 3:37
06. Her Kiss 4:30
07. Into The Light 4:12
08. You Always Believed 3:40
09. The Great Divide 4:11
10. Violet Skies 3:56
11. The Dream 4:42
12. Call Me (Blondie Cover) (Bonus Track) 3:17
13. Dying Star (Bonus Track) 4:35
14. Sailing Away (Bonus Track) 3:59

Release Notes:

Limited edition including 3 bonus tracks that don't feature on any
previous release.


With 'Beautiful Tragedy' the year 2007 turned out quite succesfull for
In This Moment. Basically, it's a pretty young band, founded in 2005,
though that does not have to mean a lot. Their major debut was solid
and is still a fun listen. Metalcore with female vocals is not really a
brand spanking new invention, but it's still a bit unusual. A pleasing
singing voice with quite powerful shouts, combined with typical
metalcore-rythms and arrangements, that was In This Moment anno 2007.
With 'The Dream' the band presents their follow up album, which fans
and critics alike are looking forward to and wonder how it actually
turns out.

More or less the album follows an Alice in Wonderland scheme. The intro
'The Rabbit Hole', the artwork overall but especially the promotion
pictures with singer Maria Brink suggest that. The songs and lyrics
relate to everyday situation and topics like life on tour, love and the
like. Not really different to the precessor. But, what the listener
will notice on the first spin through: the way the lyrics are presented
has changed a lot. Shouts and screams are almost completely gone, apart
from two songs all vocals are clean. From all the songs, 'The Great
Divide' resembles the style of the former album the most, and also the
small breakdown-ish part in 'Her Kiss' hints toward that style. The
rest of the vocals are 100% clean though. This is not really a bad
thing, as the voice of Maria Brink is not bad. Some fans will miss the
combination of clean female vocals and shouts, which was obviously for
many the interesting part about the band. If all this is change for the
better will be up to personal taste.

The vocals are not the only thing that changed, as the general sound of
the band has moved away form metalcore, breakdowns and similar song
elements. The guitarists Chris Howorth and Blake Bunzel have found the
old treats of metal and rock, and construct a sound that reminds of
hard rock and old-school heavy metal. A lot. Overall everything sounds
more rock-like, every now and then paired with classic guitar solos or
leads. The songs got catchier, almost with plain pop-appeal. Which the
rythmsection reflects as well. We have a solid foundation here, but
drummer Jeff Fabb keeps a more low profile compared to previous
efforts. The same goes for bassist Jesse Landry. A very good example
for the new style is the opener 'Forever', which is available for
streaming on the bands MySpace page for quite a while now. Catchy
riffs, almost siren-like vocals. The perfect single. Like mentioned
earlier, most similar to the songs on 'The Beautiful Tragedy' is 'The
Great Divide'. It showcases the combination of clean vocals, shouts,
driving double-bass, heavy riffs and hymn like parts fans liked about
the older songs of the band. If that will be enough to please their old
fans, is yet to be seen. In the more rock-like context the ballad 'Into
The Light' does not feel as misplaced as it may have before. It shows
the voice Maria Brink accompanied by piano and string arrangements.
This really supports her voice, a little pause, stepping on the brakes.
It's actually very pleasing.

Still, it's yet to be seen how the overall work will be recieved. Some
will surely say it's too mellow and rock-like. Not enough shouts and
heavy passages. Others will welcome the more mellow stance,
incorporating more rock and classical metal elements, which makes it
overall more accessible. If you're in the former or latter group after
the dreamy sounds of the title track, will be up to personal taste.
It's a fact though: with 'The Dream' the band emerges from the swamp of
metalcore-like bands, and presents a quite entertaining metal/hard-rock
album. The more dominant clean vocals, the sometimes sophisticated
guitar riffs showcase some of the bands better qualities. Overall it's
not ground breaking, but solid.

If you wanna spare a listen, try these songs: 'Forever', 'Her Kiss',
'Lost At Sea'.

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