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Green Carnation


Experimental/Post Metal

3.67 | 124 ratings

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4 stars I have always thought that every album has its time and moment to be listened to, it's just that sometimes it's difficult to find the time and the moment for many of us to hear a particular album that sometimes we just hear the albums without the appreciation each album of music deserves. A Blessing in Disguise is an excellent example of this. I had listened to it a couple of times and just enjoy it, yet the last time I listened to it, it was the perfect moment, in my car, with an adequate volume, windows rolled up (because it was raining) and yes, the rain. That made me appreciate it entirely and to discover that indeed, it is a real good album. Some of the songs are really good metal songs with great guitar riffs. The rest of the songs combine the melancholic sound with excellent progressive passages. I think everyone who likes Pain of Salvation, or who likes a good combination in metal music should try it at least once!
Memo_anathemo | 4/5 |


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