Everwhere - _Life & Death_
by: Quentin Kalis (2 out of 5)
Everwhere deliver four tracks of Metallica and Megadeth derived thrash metal on this, their second demo. The music is middling, but there is reason to believe that there is room for growth, as the lead guitarist lets loose with some blazing solos that are the highlight of this release. Sadly, he also feels the need to provide vocals, which are a punkish and atonal snarl. There are no growls or shrieks to provide balance, and it can test the endurance of the most patient listener. The songs can feel a bit too similar to each other, and a bit more variety would not go amiss; it almost feels as if they are playing it safe, too hesitant to step beyond their comfort zone. Perhaps Everwhere will someday be the bearers of Swedish thrash, but they will need to concentrate on their weaknesses if they are to rise above demo level.

Contact: http://www.everwhere.se

(article published 29/5/2009)

4/2/2010 Q Kalis 3 Everwhere - Black Dawn
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