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Zero Hour


Progressive Metal

3.80 | 54 ratings

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4 stars This is an excellent and well played album. The album is the second best they ever done so far, after the fabulous The towers of avarice. Zero Hour's A Fragile Mind is one of the best releases of prog metal that is very underrated in my opinion. For me is 4 stars, no doubt. Composer Jasun Tipton is the driving creative force in the band, and his leadership shows with his excellent playing and talent, his brother, the bass player, is nothing then a magnific musician, he can create really good bass lines and intristing time signature on the instrument. The vocal is a damn good one, and fits very well in the music. The drums is another impressive part of the whole machine that is Zero Hour. All in all this is a 4 star album that needs attention from you. Forte tracks all, but 4 of them are beyond ear candy, There for me, Losing control, A fragile mind, and the amzing final track Intrinsic. 4 stars really.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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