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TO SHATTER ALL ACCORD

Discipline

 

Symphonic Prog

4.22 | 547 ratings

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Progrussia
4 stars A modern-day Van der Graaf Generator-King Crimson clone - that is, dark, dramatic but not yet metallic and with an occasional melodic hook. Punchy production. A penchant for layered crescendos. Probably the most consistent Discipline album. Circuitry and When the Walls Are Down are unhurried rockers, but luckily trimmed down compared with previous albums that had good atmospherics and riffs, but also long stretches of dreck. Dead City is surprisingly funky. When She Dreams... is more psychedelic, somehow I never can finish it. Rogue is a huge epic. Starts with acoustic guitar, follows with a good riff and psychological roller-coaster.

Overall, would have been a perfectly brooding, groovy, hard-hitting album, if not for the overuse of the crescendo technique and episodic vocal detours (venom-spitting, banshee-wailing) all too obviously lifted from other sources.

Progrussia | 4/5 |

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