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CIRKUS

Sinkadus

 

Symphonic Prog

4.10 | 74 ratings

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Menswear
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4 stars Spooky.

When I got this one I was very excited because the first album was everything I liked about that style: not too complex and 'woodzy'.

Compared to Anglagard, Sinkadus is more relax and gives more flute. Both bands demands careful and repeated listenings. While Anglagard swirls and dances around many patterns in the same song, this album could sound redudant in some places, but the whole 'walk in enchanted woodland' is still there, with loads of mellotron voices, Gilmouresque guitars and B3.

Maybe Sinkadus tooked less time to do this one, but it's not Aurum Nostrum. The recipe is the same, but this time darker and tormented. While the first album was more like the woods in the afternoon, this one is clearly relating to the insecure moments of dawn, with it's shadows and eerie sounds.

A very good band with a lot to offer and this album does not disappoint except the tiny glitches of redundance, making some songs longer than they should be.

Long live Sweden!

Menswear | 4/5 |

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