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MATRICIDE

La Tulipe Noire

 

Neo-Prog

3.83 | 36 ratings

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Andis
4 stars This is over-the top, super serious neoprogressive rock from a band who probably listened to early period Marillion about 2000 times.

And I love it!!!

Usually this is not my cup of tea, but this greek band took me by surprise with their fantastic Nostimon hemar and I have been tearing my hair in wait for their new album. They do not dissapoint. These guys take themself really serious and their music is so pretentious as it can be, but somehow they pull it off. I love that the band goes all in with their music, no compromises here. There are lots of great chops and musicak passages to entertain the whole 59 minutes of great neoprogressive rock. There is a nice blend of guitar, keys and vocals who complement each other. Also their new singer is also a great addition to the music, one doesn't miss their old singer much when the music starts. Few bands make their music as interesting as La tulipe noire and I urge you to give them a try. Close the lights in the room, turn up the volume and let this band enter the stage. You will not regret it if you keep an open mind. Recommended!

I give the album a strong 4-star rating. Excellent album.

Andis | 4/5 |

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