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Best one to date

I've been a huge fan of these guys since 2006, must admit I was a bit skeptical when I heard about the lead singer change, but decided to give it a try anyways. I'm so glad I did! The new Evans Blue is so much heavier than on the first two albums, the new vocalist is technically superb and not sappy, and they's introduced a lot more intricate musicianship too. They still have their signature hooks and catchy choruses but you can tell they've really grown as musicians. The vocalist Dan Chandler is a great addition, fits very well with the music. For those who are still skeptical I suggested you check out the new self-titled record, you won't be disappointed.

Not good as they used to be.

After listening to a few tracks off this album I am having a hard time listening to his voice. The vocalist that the band had voted out Kevin Matisyn has a much better voice and superior writing capabilities. The new vocalist sounds bad to me and does not have the writing skills to back up the band's instrumental talent. Although the band's new sound is being compared to Breaking Benjamin, the lead singer does not have the vocal talent to be the frontman in a band. If you want to hear what this band should sound like, listen to their old songs such as: "Cold (But I'm Still Here)," "Pinup," "Over," "Beg," "Dear Lucid, Our Time Is Right Now" and "The Pursuit."

great job

To be honest, i only checked these guys out for two reasons. The first being because my name's Evan and the second being because i found out that they're canadian. I'd just like to say that this is one of the better album's i've heard all year. I'm a huge fan of breaking benjamin and am reminded of them greatly when listening to Evans blue. This album combines slow and emotional music while at the same time keeping it powerful and heavy. And as a bonus, being a guitar player myself, there are some pretty cool guitar solos which, to me, sounds pretty difficult. Although it sounds quite mainstream at times (and i know a lot of people aren't into that), i found that this album in general is that type of album where if it came on your local rock radio station, the song'd be one of those that you'd actually say is good. The vocals aren't insane per say, but his voice's got a good sound. To sum it all up, this album is a great one for any rock fan out there (especially breaking benjamin fans!!) so i definatly recommend it. Maybe i just find them cool because my name's Evan, but i'm pretty sure i was legit impressed. So buy it! If you like the music i've described above, you won't be disapointed!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Toronto modern hard rock quintet Evans Blue came together around 2003 after its members found each other by chance through a local musician's message board. Comprised of vocalist Matisyn, guitarists Parker Lauzon and Vlad Tanaskovic, bassist Joe Pitter, and drummer Darryl Brown, the group signed with Pocket Recordings in 2005, entering Pocket Studios with Trevor Kustiak (Cool for August) soon after. The result was their debut, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume, jointly released in February...
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