The observation of being in front of a good proposal, diverse, unpretentious and at the same time fascinating and engaging.
(8/10 - Metal.it)
The more you listen, the more you will want to listen to them again. Immense.
(10/10 - Italia di Metallo)
Very valuable CD, edited, composed and arranged as a few around in the underground scene, the best of the month for me!
(90/100 - Emergenza Metal)
About Eva Can't
In 2009 Simone Lanzoni, Luigi Iacovitti, Andrea Maurizzi and Diego Molina gave birth to Eva Can't. The band, born from the ashes of previous projects (Hell Done, Mors Tua and To Deeper Sorrow), embodies the musical evolution of its components, leaving the original black metal sound, heading to a metal contaminated firstly by thrash elements then death and progressive. Peculiarity of the group is in fact to prefer to test and mix different genres going against traditional labeling; it is so difficult to define in one word the Eva Can't music, because every album demonstrates the depth of research and sound gradually different, hand in hand with the musical and cultural growth of its members.
Another characteristic feature of the band is to adopt the Italian language for the lyrics; choice that expresses the conviction that it is music, in its broadest sense of the word, to delineate fruition and appreciation, especially in a cultural-time context where language barriers and media become increasingly blurred. Therefore "Eva Can't", the English translation of the chorus of a song of the debut album, gave the name at the group.
In September 2010 the debut album "L'Enigma delle Ombre" is out, self-produced and released as a free download via Creative Commons licenses. In regards to this work, the band received the first positive reviews on some Italian webzine.
The second album, entitled "Inabisso", was released in October 2011 and represents a new stage of artistic development; musically the proposal becomes heterogeneous, with many influences from extreme metal to progressive rock, while lyrics become even richer and refined. "Inabisso" is indeed a complex concept album inspired by the history of Bologna, the city where the band has its roots.
In october 2012 Eva Can't became part of the official roster of ControCorrente Records.