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FLOOD

Everon

 

Heavy Prog

3.07 | 39 ratings

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4 stars This is neo progressive sophisticated hard rock. There are tons of floating, symphonic, melodic and rythmic keyboards. There is omnipresence of rythmic and melodic piano. The lead vocals are on the high notes: quite good. The electric guitar is absolutely powerful, and the distorted sound is not aggressive. There are also tons of beautiful distortion free patterns (like on RUSH-"Hold Your Fire"), which really give some colour to the ensemble. There many excellent melodic solos. The bass is loud, present, complex and full of bottom. The drums are quite elaborated, with some percussion parts. Globally, the sound is very powerful. I've rarely seen catchy tracks like that! The songs have about the same sound and style, except the last one which is almost New Age with very good saxophone: all of them are very good: they have mellow and faster parts.
greenback | 4/5 |

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