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Marching Mind


Progressive Metal

3.64 | 40 ratings

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2 stars At first, The Sickness and the Theory by Canada's Marching mind seemed very promising. Marching Mind was proving themselves early on to have an ultra-modern sound that spanned the boundaries of prog rock and metal without feeling like they were pigeonholed into either one. I quickly caught on to what some really good songs that were catchy, proggy, and really grooved. Then what happened? Nothing. That's the problem. The Sickness and the Theory just didn't seem to take me anywhere. What seemed inspiring at the start grew stale as the tracks went on, until the album felt like there wasn't really anything that stood out, getting more and more monotonous. I expect that fans with leanings towards a modern and somewhat commercial sound (especially in the vocals) will enjoy this album, but somehow it didn't bring me into transcendent territory that good prog always does for me.
Progulator | 2/5 |


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