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Another re-release by Limb Music Products is Time Machine's Evil (Liber Primus), which was originally released through Lucretia Records in 2001, and it's the first part of the Eymerich trilogy (so it's based on a concept). I had the pleasure of reviewing Time Machine's latest album Reviviscence (Liber Secundus) earlier this year, and I had actually listened to this album before writing the review (I wanted to compare their new album to their previous work). Nevertheless, I haven't written a review of Time Machine's Evil (Liber Primus) before, so here it is finally...
Time Machine is Italian progressive metal band that has been around for quite some time already. They're the pioneers of Italian prog-metal, and they've composed quite good songs during their career. This album is no exception as it contains some really good songs... However, not all of the songs are memorable.
This album was produced by Lorenzo Dehó (bassist/keyboardist). For the most part, the sounds are apposite. Few times slight distortion occurred, but fortunately it wasn't too obtrusive.
Time Machine is good prog-metal band, which is definitely worth checking out (if you haven't already done that). However, I recommend you to listen to their latest album Reviviscence (Liber Secundus) first, as it's better album than Evil (at least in my book). By the way, this re-release contains a bonus track, which is an alternative version of 'Eyes of Fire' (it's called Daemon Mix). Nonetheless, if you already own the original version of Evil, this re-release isn't worth buying as the bonus track doesn't offer much new compared to the original version of the song 'Eyes of Fire'.
Release date: 15.11.2004
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- MAGE (08.11.2004)
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