Origin: TX, USA
Genres: Progressive Metal

All Too Human  


A newcomer to the prog metal scene, All Too Human was formed in 1995, and have put out two self-released albums, the latter (2002's Entropy) is reviewed here. The influences on Entropy are familiar (an early Dream Theater influence musically, a strong Queensryche similarity in the vocals), with the arrangements being solid but not too busy, as it's clear the musicians know their stuff but aren't too concerned with in-your-face virtuosity. Hiring onetime Dream Theater keyboardist Derek Sherinian was a nice move, as he contributes some fine keyboard work to the mix. Entropy is a solid modern progressive metal album -- certainly All Too Human is as deserving as any of a major record contract.

Current Members

Gordon Tittsworth

vocals

Clint Wilson

guitars

Maurice Taylor

bass

Cristian Van Shuerbeck

keyboards

Chris Lucci

drums

Former Members/Guests

Paul Vander

vocals

Don DuZan

vocals

Chris McLuan

guitars

Derek Sherinian (guest)

keyboards (Alice Cooper, Dream Theater, Yngwie Malmsteen, Planet X)


Discography



Forever And A Day 
1998
  1. What Do You Call Me Now?
  2. Intro
  3. Forever and a Day
  4. Life Begins Anew
  5. An Untitled Masterpiece
  6. A Walk Through Iowa Park
  7. Souls on a Mortal High
  8. Dismal Array
  9. The Limits of Man
  10. Camel's Revenge
  • Paul Vander
  • Chris McLuan
  • Maurice Taylor
  • Chris Lucci




Entropy 
2002 R/R
  1. Entropy
  2. The Jester
  3. Haunted
  4. E-Killer
  5. Arrythmia
  6. Seven Deadly Sins
  7. White Stones
  8. Undone
  • Don DuZan
  • Clint Wilson
  • Maurice Taylor
  • Derek Sherinian
  • Chris Lucci

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 

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