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While hardcore fans quibble about the switch from vocalist Kevin Matisyn to Dan Chandler on Evans Blue's 2009’s self-titled LP, the band sounds as doomy, dystopian, and cathartically powerful as ever on Letters from the Dead. Led by the thunderous “iGod,” the album blends soaring melodicism (“Just Once”) with dark, brooding breakdowns (“Invisible Catastrophe”) and fits of pure anger (“End of Me”) for a set that never quite feels good but isn’t always supposed to: As Chandler puts it on the second track, “Not feeling like myself/Too comfortable with hate.”

Customer Reviews

Give the guy a break...

Ever since the singer switched, no one has been able to appreciate this band, which is, for all intents and purposes, still pretty awesome. Give the guy a break, ladies and ("not-so") gentlemen. He does his best, and his best is pretty great. Get off your high horses.

If you were really bothered by the sound of his voice, you'd listen to nothing but Parabelle.

Funny thing...

For all the negativity surrounding Evans Blue I can’t say Parabelle is much better.


I miss the lead singer Kevin & the sound, style & music if the original band. The new Evans Blue just blah for me. The songs r not great & no desire to listen them. I love their old music


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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