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STORM SEASON

White Willow

 

Symphonic Prog

3.96 | 121 ratings

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agla
5 stars The name of the White Willow is closely linked to that of groups such as Anglagard and Anekdoten, when the Norwegian group gave his fundamental contribution to the birth of this extraordinary season (for the progressive rock) that have been the beginning of the nineties .

Now in its fourth album , the White Willow impose a significant change of direction in their sound , without denying their roots folk rock and progressive , but grafting on this solid foundation elements that might make it desirable Storm Season, even to lovers of other genres .The guitars are much heavier than in the past and doom for the entire album and the atmosphere is very gothic and decadent (and not just for the cover ... )

This is mainly due to the guitarist Jacob Holm - Lupo , author of almost all the music of this album and excellent musician , capable of alternating along the seven lengthy tracks of this work relaxed atmosphere in pure gothic rock , classic arrangements , and explicit references and progressive folk , thanks to the important part that they Mellotron , Hammond and mini- moog within the work . A job for fascinating and varied , just to prove the absolute value of Scandinavian prog!!!

agla | 5/5 |

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