Melodramus | Two: Glass Apple

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Two: Glass Apple

by Melodramus

'Two: Glass Apple' is the follow-up to the 2007 debut '30 Silver Pieces'. This album has captured the growth of the band in a big way.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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3. Frozen
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4. Black and Grey
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5. Searching
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6. Generation Same
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7. Two
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8. Glass Apple
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9. VHM
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10. Suffer Like You
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Bryer Wharton (SLUG Magazine)

Melodramus = Porcupine Tree + Dream Theater + Incubus + Depeche Mode
In the realm of modern prog metal/rock, Melodramus have crafted one epic and diverse aural buffet of sounds on their second full-length album, Two: Glass Apple. It’s truly a record that not only rivals plenty of prog bands in the current world scene, but also puts a good hunk of them to shame. Two has a way of creatively juxtaposing their vocals, guitar, bass, drums and keyboards to not only play off each other’s massive technical and flat out awesome songwriting, but also to meld the songs into cohesive pieces of music that imprints firmly in your memory. The caliber of musicianship and vocal prowess displayed on this record is dumbfounding and it is pride inspiring to know that they’re a homegrown act. Finding the right audience for progressive metal/rock is a hard task, especially for a band like Melodramus that melds multiple styles, but I implore the band to embrace the DIY and get this out to the world however they can. If not this album, the next can surely lead to a nice record deal or tour. There is absolutely nothing that sounds like this in Utah. If you dig modern progressive rock/metal, seek this one out.

Sean of the M-Cult

The Real Deal
This album is a huge step up from their last one with an even more refined sound that can only be described as Melodramus. It's possible that I've listened to this album more than 50 times in the month or so that I've had it. It's amazing everytime. New sounds, new rhythms, new worldwide sensation in the works. This is the best new album I've heard since 2009's "The Open Diary" by Sleep Slid iN.

Rylee McDonald

what more could you want in an album?
this album has honestly changed my life and my perspective on music. song by song, it is phenominal all the way through! The guitar work and brilliant compositional skills of Zakkary Hale combined with the rest of the band truly make for a unique experience. GET IT. Any band that can create a heavy, driving song like "black and grey", then within 30 seconds make a flawless transition to the smooth perfect groove of "searching" is truly one that deserves respect. i would recommend this album over just about any other purchase.

I Am Entertainment Magazine

Rated 4/4
Melodramus is one of the best bands we’ve heard in recent years. A combination of
great singing and amazing musicianship, there is no reason this band shouldn’t be all
over the radio and piling up multi-platinum sales.

While I love Melodramus’ sound and could write a review on every single song, I only
have limited space and will try to focus on my favorite two songs for this review. But I
encourage you to go listen to the full project.

The title track, “Glass Apple”, is by far one of the most polished and well produced
songs I’ve ever heard in the rock genre. What makes this song so great is the fact that
each member of the band completely outdid themselves. The lead singer’s voice is just
amazing, the drummer is one of the best in the business, and the guitar and bass are
unmatched by any other independent band I’ve heard. Collectively, Melodramus
created a tune that is Grammy worthy.

Another incredible song is “Searching”. This selection brings out the bands musical
ability, ripe with great guitar riffs, drumming, and classic vocal harmonies. Searching
evokes a lot of emotion and takes me back to the 1980s when bands weren’t afraid to
experiment with their sound.

"Our ultimate goal is to be heard and to be shared." -- Zakkary Hale

The only thing I can say is - Go to iTunes or Amazon.com and buy Melodramus’ music.
It’s only $6.99


Review by: Senseitional
http://www.iaemagazine.com/music/2011/052011/melodramus.html

Chris

Searching no more
If you've never heard Melodramus before, now's the time to get on board. This four man band is destined for fame, and with killer songs like 'Generation Same' and 'Suffer Like You', it's no doubt they'll be a household name in the very near future.