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Delusions

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Lie
  2. Mirage
  3. The Glory of a New Day
  4. Inside the Hourglass
  5. A Sorrow To Kill
  6. Asylum
  7. Fallen From Grace
  8. Temptation


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 26, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Candlelight
  • ASIN: B0011GGOTI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #169,361 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Genre busting To-Mera are a beguiling stew of a whole bunch of things that are not always easy bedfellows. I’d strongly advise any prospective buyer to listen to the first song on this album – The Lie – in order to get their head around what the release is like. The song kicks off with a good heavy riff wall and then in comes the vocals of Julie Kiss with their high pitched – but not operatic – somewhat fey style and then the whole thing drops out to a very mellow little section and then it’s up again until the end of the song but not before the tune stops off to take on board some interesting instrumentation. The second song is similar in that it starts off with a marching guitar and rhythm ensemble and then drops out almost as soon as that statement of intent has gotten the listeners attention. And it’s more of the fey vocalisations and the occasional return of the riff battery. Things get even more interesting (or strange perhaps) in the third track The Glory of a New Day where part way through we get some keyboards stuff that reminds you of the sort of sound effects on 1960’s sci-fi movies.

Lyrically themes such as loss, longing and self-questioning are prominent. So no surprises there. Though it certainly does match the vocal style used here. Some treated vocals are used too – such as part way through A Sorrow To Kill where after a passage of discordant sickly sounding guitar Julie Kiss starts to talk about needing to break away while the song swirls about before righting itself and heading off in a straight line again for some meaty riffing.

Production wise this album sounds fine. You can tell that they didn’t have the budget of Iron Maiden or Metallica but there is nothing wrong with it.
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This album is a good time. I've listened about 5 times now, and each listen gets better. It's like a more progressive Nightwish, with heavier (and lower) guitars. The vocals are gothic-ish with cool instrumental sections. Think Suspyre meets Nightwish.
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I always like tomera because of julie's vocal. Inside me, I'm also praying hard that she will sing more melodic compositions because I know she will be very good. so this is a great album considering they are all good musicians without doubt.
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I am addicted to this band. I loved Transcendental! But this album has great stuff, too: The Lie, Mirage, and Inside the Hourglass are amazing songs. Love the guitar sound.
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this is a great album! It opens strongly with the lie, a track that holds great power! There is however has one jazz singing enspired part, which to me is mot a great thing, but i will not let it ruen this. Mirage offers a few interesting surprises and tempo changes, and some cool lyrics. Inside the hourglass is a cool name, and another great song. And so the pattern continues with a sorrow to kill. Asylum is my personal fabourite song of the album, this is an addictive track. The final tracks come together nicele, to complete the pattern.

Over all this album is excalent! To-Mera have their set sound, now what will they do with it? how will they evolve it? For the answer, we will have to wait and see.
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