No User

You must log in to access your account.

Reflections of the I

Reflections of the I thumbnail

Best Offer



Average Rating
(17 Reviews)

Metal Album Reviews See All →

  • Well first off I will start off by saying that I have owned this CD for many, many months now and I have to say, that I can still listen to it over and over again without getting tired of it. The orchestra and the guitars combined with one of the most soothing voices in metal (besides Opeth) has got to be the greatest combination EVER! I’ve read a lot about how some people think that they have too many guitar solos…and I have to say…”quit being so jealous, put on the headphones and enjoy the greatest guitars on this earth!” THEY NEVER PLAY THEIR GUITAR TOO MUCH, EVER. It is all perfectly harmonized to create the soothing sounds of the orchestra and the insane guitar, and still not over do it. These guys are pure talent…no questions asked…no ifs, ands, or buts about it. They are not trying to create a “im alone and no one is out there,” thing, they are just merely attempting something that hasn’t been done before. AND THEY WERE SUCCESFULL!!

    The vocalist…he has the best voice I have ever heard. He can sing, and I will say it one more time for emphasis…HE CAN SING. Contrary to what “Sergio Morales” thinks this is the FARTHEST thing away from an emo-hardcore voice. Becuase, first of all, I ABSOLUTLEY DESPISE EMO WITH A PASSION, and second, hardcore/metalcore just happens to be my favorite type of metal. So I belive I would know what that sounds like. If you are a fan of Opeth then you will LOVE the way he sings and you will ultimatly fall in love with every waking moment on the CD. My advice is not to listen to “Sergio Morales,” and discover what true talent Winds posseses.

    Posted on December 12, 2009