Since the release of Emerald Rain's debut album, "Broken Saviours" in 1998, they've built a reputation as being among the finest Melodic Rock bands around.
Emerald Rain are another great band out of Canada. That phenomenal country that just keeps producing great acts. The band have a sound that is unmistakably comparable to fellow Cannuks Harem Scarem. Except instead of having a sound like Harem Scarem's classic and much loved Mood Swings style, it is more pitched towards the Voice Of Reason style, with more emphasis on a heavier approach. There are a ton of melodic moments also, but for the most part, the guitars are turned way up and are easily the dominant force throughout the album. The general vocal style also lend themselves to Harry Hess comparisons and the multi layered choruses are pure Harem Scarem.
1. Broken Saviours (4:43) 2. Heart Of Stone (3:11) 3. In My Eyes (3:38) 4. Heaven's Light (4:19) 5. Heart Of The Line (3:26) 6. High Road To Nowhere (3:03) 7. Desperation Sleeps (5:10) 8. Dream Angel (4:12) 9. Fortune Never Found (3:45) 10. Misery Loves Company (4:15) 11. When You Go (3:31)
Produced by Murray Daigle, Mike Dmitrovic & Sean Gregory