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4 stars Subsignal do not stray from their modestly comercially successful formula of heavy melodic adult rock, with alternating uplifting/mysterious and lighter/heavier motifs. In fact, there is an effort to make it even more popular this time around. There are even more huge emotional choruses (although the tattooed and ear holed singer looks on the official photo scary as hell :), classical guitars, keyboard embellishments, pretentious/poetic titles and those phylosophically sounding songs. And less metal, although guitar, when electric, is in full mode, washing over the listener. There is some branching out, towards more familiar neo prog, radio- friendly male-female duet, some interesting bridges and bouncy 80s style verses, but in general Subsignal does not offer anything we haven't heard from them before. 3 stars for the style, and 4 stars for the execution and melodic ear.
Progrussia | 4/5 |


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