Until Dawn – Horizon (Album Review)

Until Dawn - Horizon

Until Dawn spawn from the land of Canada and have brought with them an ear-ripping sound with a lot of energy. Their website states their remote location does not slow them down and also created a sound that is appealing to both young and old fans alike. Until Dawn released their debut self-titled album in 2011 and released their second album Horizon in 2013.

Horizon has a lot of power, energy, and emotion with intense strong guitars and rhythm sections. Vocals also play a huge part in the intensity with harsh screaming and clean vocals. Listening to the album over again, it is noticeable they do mix old and new together and bring it into their own.

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One thing they do effectively is between the guitars having a strong rhythm and some breakdowns with some soloing as undertones – similar to Killswitch Engage – as a matter of fact, the first time I heard this, the first thing that came to mind was pre–Howard Jones Killswitch Engage. The drums are strong with double kicks, quick beats mixing in well with the heavy guitars and bass.

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The album starts off with “Roamers and Lurkers” with a strong power intro and screaming vocals which makes the listener pay attention. This track is one of the top ones in this album. Until Dawn does not shy away from ballads with a nice one called “DNR.” Possibly the strongest track on this album is “The Fallen Fortress” with a groovy bass riff starting the track of which can be reminiscent of Pantera.

Overall this is a good second album from the boys from Canada.

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There are many different bands you can compare this to – not just the ones I have mentioned but e.g. Ill Nino, Slipknot. Some may think this is a rip off from some bands from the late nineties, early 2000s but I think it’s an interpretation of all their influences and it’s proven they are not afraid to use their influence to assemble their own craft; I mean which band out there hasn’t sounded like their own influences before.

Until Dawn: Facebook

Release Year: 2013
Label: self-released
Category: Album
Country: Canada

Reviewed by Brent Logan