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There are many acoustic pieces and unfortunately many of them get boring too quickly. They have no real feeling to them and no meaning, they just seem to go on and on and they seem just too simple and unentertaining. Overall to sum up the album I think Insomnium have definately changed from their first album, although for me it wasn't the best move possible. They should stop using so many acoustic pieces as some are okay, but there's a point when there just becomes too much and it all becomes repetitive and boring (did I fail to mention that all the acoustic parts sound almost identical?).

Released April 5, 2004. Since the Day It All Came Down Tracklist. 2. The Day It All Came Down Lyrics. 3. Daughter Of The Moon Lyrics.

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Two years later, they released Since the Day it All Came Down, an outstanding release that slipped in under my radar last season because I just couldn't find it for the longest time. For a guy like me, Insomnium is truly a godsend. Why is that" Imagine a band that combines the vocal-stylings and song structures of Opeth with the melody, harmony, and riffs of Dark Tranquillity and older In Flames, a small dash of Amorphis, and then throws in a little bit of their own flair for good measure. Insomnium's songs are carefully constructed throughout the album and show a good amount of maturity for this relatively young band.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Nocturne Insomnium 1:57
2 The Day It All Came Down Insomnium 4:56
3 Daughter of the Moon Insomnium 6:09
4 The Moment of Reckoning Insomnium 5:46
5 Bereavement Insomnium 4:15
6 Under the Plaintive Sky Insomnium 4:09
7 Resonance Insomnium 2:29
8 Death Walked the Earth Insomnium 5:09
9 Disengagement Insomnium 8:39
10 Closing Words Insomnium 4:25
11 Song of the Forlorn Son Traditional Insomnium 5:45

Insomnium - Since the Day It All Came Down album download

Performer: Insomnium

Title: Since the Day It All Came Down

Recording date: July, 2003 - September, 2003

Duration: 53:39

Style: Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal

Recording location: Mediaworks Studios, Joensuu

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1672 mb

Size FLAC: 1701 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 590

Other Formats: WAV AIFF VOX APE DTS MP4

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Iraraeal
Contrarily to what many fans would say, Insomnium aren’t the sound of northern melancholy… at least not when an album of theirs starts with a potent thrasher like the title track of their second album Since the Day It All Came Down. “Daughter of the Moon” features A-tuned seven-string guitars, and the rest of the record is based over the same, repetitive D-minor rockers typical of Sentenced, with a slight Post-Grunge tendency over flowing rhythms and simple yet conventional guitar leads. Paradoxically, it’s during the acoustic moments that the band turns out better (see the excellent instrumental “Resonance” or the bridge of the overlong “Disengagement”). The main problem is that the songs fail to be engaging as a whole, due both to an irritating reliance of groove over melodies and also to an erroneous production, which is unbalanced over the left channel, where the rhythmic guitar shows too much distortion and goes over the lead guitar, a mismatched choice of sound, given the band’s melodic sound. For example, “Song for the Forlorn Son” features an excellent coda that’s more memorable than the rest of the album, “Closing Words” is the most consistent of the bunch, but the rest doesn’t seem to be as inspired.Highlights: “The Day It All Came Down”, “”Resonance”, “Closing Words”, “Song for the Forlorn Son”.
Iraraeal
Contrarily to what many fans would say, Insomnium aren’t the sound of northern melancholy… at least not when an album of theirs starts with a potent thrasher like the title track of their second album Since the Day It All Came Down. “Daughter of the Moon” features A-tuned seven-string guitars, and the rest of the record is based over the same, repetitive D-minor rockers typical of Sentenced, with a slight Post-Grunge tendency over flowing rhythms and simple yet conventional guitar leads. Paradoxically, it’s during the acoustic moments that the band turns out better (see the excellent instrumental “Resonance” or the bridge of the overlong “Disengagement”). The main problem is that the songs fail to be engaging as a whole, due both to an irritating reliance of groove over melodies and also to an erroneous production, which is unbalanced over the left channel, where the rhythmic guitar shows too much distortion and goes over the lead guitar, a mismatched choice of sound, given the band’s melodic sound. For example, “Song for the Forlorn Son” features an excellent coda that’s more memorable than the rest of the album, “Closing Words” is the most consistent of the bunch, but the rest doesn’t seem to be as inspired.Highlights: “The Day It All Came Down”, “”Resonance”, “Closing Words”, “Song for the Forlorn Son”.