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Artist: Silent Edge

Title: The Eyes of the Shadow

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Category: Power/Prog Metal

Year: 2003

Label: DVS Records

Catalog Number: DVS009

Personnel

Willem Verwoert vocals
Emo Suripatty guitars, bass
Minggus Gaspersz keyboards
Marco Kleinnibbelink drums

Tracks

1.  Through Different Eyes  
2.  Savage Symphony  
3.  Wasted Lands  
4.  The Curse I Hold Within  
5.  Crusades  
6.  For Ancient Times  
7.  Lost Conscience  
8.  Under a Shaded Moon  
9.  Rebellion  
10.  Rebellion (The Awakening)  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: July 6, 2003 at 21:08
The group's influences are evident, like Symphony X or Dream Theater, but without losing their own personality. Another thing to add is that the album has a huge neoclassical aspect, that you can notice, for example, in the second track, "Savage Symphony," so Silent Edge are similar to Royal Hunt.

From: jago Date: July 19, 2003 at 5:09
to me silend edge are much more similiar to yngwie malmsteen's but the music a little bit more complex."savage symphony" is a good example for malmsteen's influeces, if you didn't know what you are listening you may think its a malmsteen's song.

From: Scandinavia Date: August 10, 2003 at 10:53
Don't know this band but they sure ain't from Denmark with those names!

From: Larry Date: December 16, 2003 at 1:47
I bought this CD @ Progpower IV and I enjoy it! They may sound like a Dream Theater/Symphony X/Malmsteen/whatever clone, but they do it so well!

From: Hrudet Date: May 23, 2004 at 17:45
Silent Edge's music doesn't hit you with the wall of sound, nor do they have the provocative melodic statements to coincide with their compositions, something that can come together in time hopefully, but they do show a strong ability when concerning their instrumental side, this is where I find myself more involved with what the band is capable of, and there is enough of this to make the CD worth getting hold of for the neo-classical heads out there.


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