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Die Verbannten Kinder Evas | Dusk and Void Become Alive | review | metal | Lollipop

Die Verbannten Kinder Evas

Dusk and Void Become Alive (Napalm)
by Chad Bowar

It's been nearly seven years since the last album from Die Verbannten Kinder Evas (which means The Banished Children of Eve). The brainchild of the band is Richard Lederer, also known as Protector, of the Austrian duo, Summoning. Dusk and Void Become Alive is the group's fourth album, and first with vocalist Christina Kroustali. Die Verbannten Kinder Evas' music is a combination of classical, Gothic, and darkwave. The songs are flawlessly constructed with piano, keyboards, and strings. An air of sorrow and melancholy flows through the album. There's a lot of diversity, with some songs being slow and delicate, and others having more bombast and energy. Unlike previous Die Verbannten Kinder Evas albums which featured a balance of male and female vocals, this album showcases Kroustali almost exclusively, with only a small dose of Lederer. She has a powerful and versatile voice and is able to sing softly and in a lower pitch and then crank it up into full operatic soprano mode. If you're looking for something extreme, this isn't for you. But if you like neo-classical and darkwave with a lot of atmosphere and ambience, this album fits the bill perfectly.
(www.napalmrecords.com)

 


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