Klimt 1918 - _Just in Case We'll Never Meet Again_
(Prophecy, 2008)
by: Pedro Azevedo (5 out of 10)
Think Katatonia and Novembre are too heavy, or at least that you could do with a less metallic alternative to both? Try Klimt 1918's _Just in Case We'll Never Meet Again_. Otherwise, you should stay clear of this record, as it borders well enough on pop music to drive most metal fans away screaming. Klimt 1918 are all soft emotional music, and generally quite suitable for mainstream media. That isn't to say the album is without merits however, as shown early on during the second half crescendo of opener "The Breathtaking Days". On the other hand, the start of second track "Skygazer" reminds me of mobile phone commercials for some reason, but that of "Interlude in the Sky" restores some measure of interest. The vocals are excessively saccharine, and while the instrumental side has its merits, the overall result is unlikely to capture the attention of those who routinely pass on commercial mainstream music.

Contact: http://www.prophecyproductions.de

(article published 13/7/2008)

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