This year it’s 10 years since the debut album Divanity by Swedish rockers The Murder Of My Sweet popped up. Time flies, huh? I instantly took a liking to the band’s cinematic, theatrical and symphonic mixture of AOR, Goth, Metal, Hard Rock and Melodic Rock and singer Angelica Rylin’s gorgeous voice seduced me right off the bat as it held a broad range and was both technical, emotional, smooth and raw at the same time. My relationship with the band has been mostly a good one. The follow-up Bye Bye Lullabye (2012) was an even better effort and Beth Out Of Hell (2015) almost got the full monty for me – a brilliant piece of work. So my expectations were set high for 2017’s Echoes Of The Aftermath but the album wasn’t even close to live up to those expectations. It was an uneven album where the best song couldn’t hold a candle to the ones on the predecessor. Now TMOMS are back with a new effort and this time I’m not sure how high my expectations should be.