Edenial – “Innerpretations” (2014)

Independent Release

Review by Tony Cannella

From Chile, Edenial returns with their second full-length album. Their debut “From the End” was released in 2010 and now they present their sophomore effort. The album has been mastered by the legendary Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York City. The band mixes an eclectic brew of metal which is hard to define; the bands influences range from power metal to thrash metal to progressive metal and more. With all due respect to “From the End”, “Innerpretations” definitely represents a step forward for Edenial.

The power thrash of the opener “Soul Echo” is an excellent way to begin things. Next is “Wrath” which begins with a doomy rapid fire guitar riff as the song goes off into some intricate technical directions. “Red Rum” has a great big melodic metal sound. Edenial slows the pace a bit for the ballad “Ni En Mil Anos”. The track “Fragile Shell” begins with a haunting melody before the band ramps up the pace again. Other highlights include: “Evolved”, “Disease” and “Secret Garden”. With “Innerpretations”, Edenial has released a blistering, no holds barred metal record that shows that the band does not adhere to limits or boundaries. “Innerpretations” is an impressive piece of work. What more is there to say, really?

Rating – 90/100

 

Tracklist

  1. Soul Echo
  2. Wrath
  3. Red Rum
  4. Ni En Mil Anos
  5. Fragile Shell
  6. Evolved
  7. Disease
  8. Secret Garden
  9. Beating And Falling
  10. Until

 

Line Up

  • Francisca Lastra – Vocals
  • Snake – Guitars
  • Chezbox – Bass
  • D-Tox – Drums

 

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