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Alias Eye


Crossover Prog

3.46 | 37 ratings

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3 stars Alias Eye straddles the line of progressive rock, hard rock, and progressive metal in wonderful ways. From balladesque piano movements to crunchy guitar riffing and even good ol' bluesy rockn'roll, In Between manages to be everywhere on the map yet maintain a very distinct sound. In other words, you never get the impression that these guys simply didn't know what kind of music to write. Their style is tight and distinct, and their execution of songs is clear and skillful. Phillip Griffith's vocals are clear and spot on, recalling a bit of Damien Wilson meets 90's hard rock in a good way. While his voice isn't my favorite type of sound, Griffith is a phenomenal singer and his delivery across the album will please fans both old and new. If you like good rocking melodies and a band that can deliver good tunes that will get you moving as they combine catchy with smart, this is an album for you.
Progulator | 3/5 |


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