10 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
907 Ratings
907 Ratings

Fantastic album! Great sound!

I am a huge fan of Meytal from her bright smile to her drum playing, then when I got the CD I was blown away from the complete package! Great lyrics and clean sound, this album is going to be a sensational hit!


Love Her

Found this beauty on Youtube about 4 years ago. Been a fan ever since. Saw her first show in Los Angeles. She is one hell of a drummer. And once she smiles your hooked. Just got her first CD and so far loving it.


Really solid prog album

I first became a fan of Meytal Cohen from her YouTube videos where she posted note-for-note drum covers of various metal songs. As time went on, she developed some insane chops, and eventually covered songs like Aenima, Eyeless, and Painkiller. And then, she started posting some really exciting original music, eventually releasing it as this album.

I’ve been listening to this album for a month now, and it is really good. Guitar, bass, drums, and vocals are all skillful, and the tunes are catchy. It’s one of the better albums I have heard in the last year.

The songs are definitely progressive rock, featuring non-standard time signatures, time changes, and polyrhythms, but as with the best prog bands, it is done so effortlessly that you don’t really notice until you listen closely.

I know that Meytal Cohen had to self-release this album in order to not get robbed by the record company she was negotiating with. Despite that, this is a very professional and very good album. It deserves to be widely heard.

About Meytal

An in-demand studio and touring musician, bandleader, and online video sensation, Israel-born, Los Angeles, California-based drummer Meytal Cohen was raised in the city of Ramat Gan in Tel Aviv district. After studying tap dance and graduating from high school with a theater major, Cohen took up the drums and served two years in Israel's defense Forces. At the age of 20 she moved to Los Angeles and studied percussion at the Los Angeles Music Academy, and upon graduation, began applying her talents in a live setting, most notably with her band Metaphor, who spent most of 2007 touring internationally. Her online video project, which began in 2010, saw Cohen performing drum covers of popular rock songs, and amassing a huge fan base that resulted in multiple-millions of views. In 2015, under the name Meytal, Cohen issued her debut studio album Alchemy.

Ramat Gan, Israel
August 9, 1984



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