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Pervy Perkin


Progressive Metal

3.81 | 166 ratings

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5 stars I feel very happy when I surf the internet looking for some new exciting unknown bands, and I find records like this. Oh my god. Powerful, epic and anthemic, Pervy Perkin's Ink is a masterpiece, and it should be regarded as that. From the very moment i found this band, i had the feeling that they were going to offer me something very special. And I wasn't wrong.

I must admit that I've been listening recently to some great double albums, so at first I was somehow excited to listen to some more (maybe) great prog tunes in this new record. And it blew my mind, as no record had done in quite a while. And it's the band's debut album!

The albums begins with Opening Credits, telling that you're about to begin a real musical adventure. And then Of Echoes and Reflections arrives with its epicness and powerful chorus. Brilliant.

At that moment, I thought "Wow! I hope this album keeps on surprising me!" And it did. One by one, each song has something unique that will make you either smile, say "wow", headbang, or any other emotion from a wide range, but never a bad one. Not even a Meh. This record is just fantastic, and although it's a really long one, it never gets boring or dull. Energy, melancholy, anger, joy... many different moments are gathered in it.

However, I recommend to play it in two separate listenings, or more, the first time you listen to it. I think that is better in order to taste all the details with a fresh mind. Trust me, it's worth it, because there are a lot of great things in here, not only in the long, epic tunes, but also even in the short instrumentals.

In conclusion, a must-listen to every prog fan, it's wonderful how this young band has made such a brilliant work of art. It's very special, and I hope they make more overwhelming music like this in the future. From now on, I'm a die-hard fan!

MercuryLighthouse | 5/5 |


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