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Everglade / Press

“Nord est italico, Rovigo, è la città natale degli Everglade, autori di un rock alternativo con riferimenti evidenti al grunge e a band come Pearl Jam e Alice In Chains. [...] La voce di Matteo “Barba” Panin, pur senza eccedere tecnicamente e all’altezza della situazione così come le chitarre volutamente basse e quasi in sottofondo di Silvio “Siso” Maestri svolgono magistralmente il loro lavoro. “Thing To Save”, questo il titolo del CD, è sicuramente un buon esordio discografico nel suo complesso, [...] Seppure superficialmente possa sembrare minimale il contributo ritmico, in realtà anche Luca Boscarato e Mattia Baratto svolgono il loro compito con bravura, come ad esempio nel pezzo “Weak Voices”. [...] In definitiva un album da ascoltare e scoprire per gli amanti Eddie Vadder & soci, molto meno affascinante per i borchiati e fedelissimi metallari di vecchia generazione.”

“Everglade was formed in 2003 and during these days, they acted mainly as a coverband playing songs of Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam. In 2005, Everglade recorded a demo called October Sessions. The songs of this demo were improved during some years which has lead to the release of Things to Save. Nowadays, Everglade consists of Matteo Panin (vocals), Silvio Maestri (guitars), Luca Boscarato (drums), and Mattia Baratto (bass). All the songs were written by all the band members however, the lyrics we written by Matteo Panin only. [...] Things to Save has become an album which I can appreciate. Some songs sound a little bit “clinical and minimal”, but generally speaking the production is good. This is also an album which you have to listen some times before you hear every aspect. Listening to the album, I feel a quite “dark” and melancholic atmosphere, this is something that you have to like, but I can appreciate it. [...]”