If there’s one band that has run a confusing though prolific course, it’s AMORPHIS. You’re either down with the stylistic changes they’ve made since “The Karelian Isthmus” and “Tales from the Thousand Lakes” (by many fans’ counts, the band’s best works) or you’re not. AMORPHIS has proven to be a fearless group; one that has emerged from a curious drifting from death metal to pure rock on “Tuonela” and “Far From the Sun” to progressive metal from 2006’s “Eclipse” on forward. On the band’s twelfth album, “Under the Red Cloud”, a little something from each stage of their career manifests. This creates a peculiar, largely rock-driven affair with numerous extracurricular shakes to give it flair.