Suspyre   The Silvery Image
Release Date: 2005

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3.5 greatAnEpicDeath | November 11th 12

Mid-paced symphonic power metal dominates this disc, and it's neither a diverse nor an original album, but it's done quite well. Barton's singing is less recognizable and less diverse than it is on subsequent Suspyre albums, primarily staying within the traditional high-register clean style common to power metal, but his performance is strong and the melodies memorable. The music, on the whole, is substantially simpler than that of any subsequent Suspyre albums, but the musicianship and songwriting are nonetheless of high quality. There's some prog-metal influence on this album, but the band had not yet embraced prog or eclecticism to nearly the extent they do.


2.5 averageRobVanSchuldiner | March 29th 13
3.0 goodThomas | April 6th 12
4.0 excellentMetalz | November 28th 11
3.0 goodprogmetal77 | July 5th 11
4.0 excellentMatthew Hopkins | February 24th 11
3.5 greatMaxizoom | May 15th 10
4.0 excellentInexorable | December 28th 08

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