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The dark discovery

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Also Available in LP12 Vinil (View All)

Available from 12/11/2017

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Two late 90’s classic albums by Swedish premier metallers EVERGREY are about to be re-issued in late 2017:
“The Dark Discovery” – the debut album – originally released in 1998 and “Solitude, Dominance, Tragedy”, which was its first launch in 1999, already showcased the unique EVERGREY sound which merges power-, progressive- and dark melodic metal to create the very own sound the band is known for. These two albums have not been available for a long time and steady fans requests were pushing for a re-release. In fact, now both “The Dark Discovery” and “Solitude, Dominance, Tragedy” will be available for the first time ever on Vinyl and as digital download! A Digipak CD version is available too of course. These re-issues come with an exclusive bonus track each and with new cover- and booklet layouts, created by Carlos Fides (Artside Studios). Both albums have been remastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Pretty Maids). 
 
Long out of print classic album by one of Sweden’s premier metal bands finally available again! 
Comes with bonus track, available as Digipaks and – for the first time ever - ltd. vinyl editions 
Remastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Pretty Maids) 
New cover artwork by Carlos Fides (Kamelot, Evergrey, Almah, Shaman) 
EVERGREY’s characteristic sound is a unique blend of power-, progressive – and dark melodic metal 
EVERGREY’s latest studio album “The Storm Within” (2016) was the band’s most successful one to date, securing chart entries all over the world. 
Digipak comes with sales sticker. 
Advertisements (print) in relevant the magazines. 
For Fans of: Symphony X, Kamelot, Dream Theater
TRACKLIST
01. Solitude Within
02. Nosferatu
03. The Shocking Truth
04. A Scattered Me
05. She Speaks To The Dead
06. When Darkness Falls
07. Words Mean Nothing
08. Damnation
09. The Corey Curse
Digipak Bonus
10. To Hope Is To Fear (Demo Version)
 

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