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Where Stories End


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  • Audio CD (8 Nov 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Music Buy Mail
  • ASIN: B00421VR82
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,336 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Banca Comerciala Romana on 16 Nov 2010
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MORE THAN THREE YEARS AFTER THEIR FANTASTIC DEBUT THIS GREAT SWEDISH BAND IS BACK WITH THEIR SECOND EFFORT TOO DATE. "WHERE STORIES END" MAY NOT BE SO INTRICATE , MELODIC AND ECLECTIC AS THE FIRST ONE , BUT STILL IT'S A SOLID PIECE OF ROCK.BIG CHORUSES , STRONG COMPOSITION AND VERY GOOD PRODUCTION VALUE MAKES FROM THIS ALBUM A MUST. DARKWATER COMBINES WITH CLASS INFLUENCES FROM DREAM THEATER , FATES WARNING AND EVERGREY.IN MY OPINION IS THE BEST PROG METAL BAND OF A NEW GENERATION. SMASH SONGS : WHY I BLEED , WITHOUT A SOUND.HIGHLY RECOMMANDED !
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Found a very good balance 18 Feb 2011
By Firefly28 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The guitarist put out 3 albums with 3 different bands in 2010 alone and seems to have an infinite ability to keep it all fresh and original. Where Stories End is damn good from the 1st listen and gets better from there. Very good vocals and harmonies(in the mid-high range like Labrie of DT), grooving, grinding riffs, and verses and choruses that stick in your head. Lately I'm shying a bit away from the full blown prog to metal with more of a balance and structure. I'm a child of the 60's/70's and love the long song but one track after of another of 9-30 min. brain twisters has been wearing on me. All tracks here come in at 5-7 min. with one exception and that's about just right for this particular album. Lyrics are somewhat obscure but intelligent and the production is excellent. Just downloaded their 1st album Calling the Earth to Witness, and although more proggy than this effort, its damn good also. Where Stories End could have more guitar virtuosing like Sigfridson does in his christian bands Harmony and 7 Days(but trust me there's plenty here to keep you listening time and time again) and 1 or 2 of the songs IMO go an extra 30-60 seconds longer than they should but these are VERY minor flaws in a very good album and a great bunch of musicians.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
great album! 24 Dec 2010
By Michael A. Carra - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Darkwater return with their 2nd album. I gotta say this album has it all. Great Musicianship, amazing Guitar/Keyboard solos, Super catchy chorus's and a absolutely fantastic Vocalist. This album takes everything that made their Debut album so great and makes it even better! This album will surely catch the attention to many metal heads, and prog fans alike! i highly recommend this album! the band surely needs the recognition! for fans of Dream theater, Kamelot, Redemption, and bands like that!
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Better than their first album. 24 Nov 2010
By T. Reid - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Darkwater comes through with their second effort and I must say they came back pretty strong. First off, this band is not anything different in this genre. It's pretty much what you would expect from Progressive Metal bands nowadays who do not want to break the mold. That is not a compliment to this band and I shy away from bands like this because I get bored when every band sounds the same. I like to be WOWed and I like my Metal LOUD and exciting. The sound boarders on Metal and Hard Rock. Nevertheless, this is good. I didn't get bored listening to the songs and the hooks are pretty catchy. I had a problem with their first album because I found it VERY boring and too proggy for my taste. This album is still proggy but they toned it down a little and it seems they focused more on traditional song structure and left the proggy parts to the middle of the song. Also the songs are not insanely long. No more than 7 minutes. To be honest 7 minutes is my cut off so I was happy about that. It's very easy to follow and I found every song to be solid from beginning to end. Not an ear catcher but worth the buy.
A great melodic prog metal band 7 Aug 2013
By John C. Walborn - Published on Amazon.com
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This album launched my love for this band. Their lyrics and contemplative and intelligent, their sound is solid, and I can't imagine how a prog metal fan would be disappointed. The preview clips are very representative of the overall sound, so give those a listen. If you like the sound based on the previews, definitely buy the album.
Great release! 1 Mar 2013
By darping - Published on Amazon.com
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I wish I could have seen you guys at ProgPower... Say hello to the Harvester of Sorrow from DarPing.
Excellent material, can't wait for #3.

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