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Section X Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 30, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ais
  • ASIN: B0007UARGA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,111,388 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After nearly four long years, Beyond Twilight has emerged with a new album. Their previous disc The Devil's Hall of Fame with Jorn Lande on vocals was a stunning record, so it caused quite some stress when it was announced that Lande had left and was replaced by a new singer: American vocalist Kelly Sundown Carpenter from the band Outworld. If you were a fan of Lande's vocals in Beyond Twilight, worry not, Carpenter is an absolutely perfect fit for the position. The tone of his voice and his phrasing are highly similar to Lande's, which is great. There are moments on the album, unless you look in the CD booklet, you wouldn't know it's not Jorn Lande singing. Carpenter does an excellent job; he sings passionately and will easily convince everyone that he is the perfect choice.

Finn Zierler, the man behind Beyond Twilight, is still responsible for most of the songwriting on this disc, which is darker than ever, more progressive and more cinematic. Seemingly written locked in a dark attic, the dirty streets of London and near a cold lake, Section X is the continuation of Beyond Twilight's debut concept, and it kicks off with a very similar theme. There is also an informative and quite interesting storyline printed in the booklet. Even though I can't say I'm too impressed by the concept, neither was I by the one in the previous album. It's more Zierler's unique understanding of composition and creating thick, layered soundscapes that draw me to the sound and style of Beyond Twilight. Once again the production on this album is huge, thanks to Zierler's cooperation with Tommy Hansen during the mixing stages. This album is more of progressive tinged disc with sweeping arrangements and numerous emotional twists.
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Well let me start off by saying that I came across Beyond Twilight coincidently in the last couple of weeks in one of the cd sites which I think is [...] I had no idea they were so brilliant. Their first album was sung by Jorn Lande when I read the info and I knew right away I had to get it.. I bid in ebay for $10.00 I think and immediately was hook onto it.... Then Section X came out and I was sad to see that Jorn Lande no longer is in the band but on the other hand I was in for a surprise....Their new vocalist is as brilliant as Jorn Lande but with his own signature.. I love his voice and now gotten used to Section X. The songs are well written and has so much aggression than their 1st album. The tempo on this album has been sped up and you could hear BT doing their own prog metal thing with technical brilliance I might say!!! Vocalist singing his lungs out and proving he is as good as Pagan's Mind Voice, Symphony X or Dream Theater voice. Their sound and songs are so refreshing and distinctive. You can never compare BT with any other Prog Metal Band. They are their own!! This is one of my favourite cd this year 2005. I highly recommend to Prog Metal Fans around the world.
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After nearly four long years, Beyond Twilight has emerged with a new album. Their previous disc The Devil's Hall of Fame with Jorn Lande on vocals was a stunning record, so it caused quite some stress when it was announced that Lande had left and was replaced by a new singer: American vocalist Kelly Sundown Carpenter from the band Outworld. If you were a fan of Lande's vocals in Beyond Twilight, worry not, Carpenter is an absolutely perfect fit for the position. The tone of his voice and his phrasing are highly similar to Lande's, which is great. There are moments on the album, unless you look in the CD booklet, you wouldn't know it's not Jorn Lande singing. Carpenter does an excellent job; he sings passionately and will easily convince everyone that he is the perfect choice.

Finn Zierler, the man behind Beyond Twilight, is still responsible for most of the songwriting on this disc, which is darker than ever, more progressive and more cinematic. Seemingly written locked in a dark attic, the dirty streets of London and near a cold lake, Section X is the continuation of Beyond Twilight's debut concept, and it kicks off with a very similar theme. There is also an informative and quite interesting storyline printed in the booklet. Even though I can't say I'm too impressed by the concept, neither was I by the one in the previous album. It's more Zierler's unique understanding of composition and creating thick, layered soundscapes that draw me to the sound and style of Beyond Twilight. Once again the production on this album is huge, thanks to Zierler's cooperation with Tommy Hansen during the mixing stages. This album is more of progressive tinged disc with sweeping arrangements and numerous emotional twists.
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This album is heavy and dark and feels like the soundtrack to a horror film. These guys are a great band who create epic songs that feel like they take you on a journey of darkness and intrigue! Great vocals on this too. He sings with passion and power without the high opera falsetto! This music reminds me of Dream Theatre's dark songs on Awake and Scenes crossed with the theatrical pomp of Queen and Jordan Rudess's solo albums. Check this out if you love epic progressive metal soundtracks.
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