Endless Shame – Generation Blind


An Intermezzo for the ears

'Endless Shame' has pro­duced a decent Synth Pop / Futurepop album with par­tic­u­lar Electrorock influ­ences. On the album 'Generation Blind' I hear many good approaches, but over­all it is poorly con­ceived. The main reas­on for me pub­lish­ing this review is that I see a lot of poten­tial in the band.

The voice from lead sing­er Matte Levin is warm and has a very nice mel­an­chol­ic under­tone. I believe this album is far away from the level that they can reach.

'The Reaper' and 'Erase The Beautiful' I con­sider out­stand­ing songs on this record. I'm miss­ing a little more dynam­ics and vari­ety in the songs. But is def­in­itely worth a listen if you're open-minded.

Track By Track Rating

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Endless Shame – Generation Blind
Broken Dolls
As If There Is Angels
Erase The Beautiful
Trial Of Fire
Sister Of Mercy
The Reaper
Love Letter To Anxiety
The Reaper (Enigmatic Version)
The Reaper
Erase The Beautiful
(Nothings to report here)