Review: Evergrey – Torn 
Swedish melodic metal machine Evergrey re-emerge with TORN, a solid 11-track affair that finds the group rediscovering their progressive roots while keeping subtle hints from the mainstream metal style found on their last few offerings intact. Tracks like “When Kingdoms Fall” and the In Flames-esque “Nothing is Erased” showcases this squad’s prowess to nimbly straddle the line between genres without irking the diehards, while “Numb” and “Fail” showcase this unit’s ability to create tracks that are perfectly balanced between brooding and heavy . While the amount of truly memorable songs found here is a bit low, the superior quality of the songwriting, the sterling musicianship displayed across the board, and the rekindling of their early sound makes TORN a surefooted step in the right direction for Evergrey. www.spv.de -Mike SOS
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