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Symphonic Prog

3.76 | 16 ratings

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4 stars This is an excellent instrumental album by Vesānia (according to a portuguese dictionary, Vesānia is a generic name to different species of mental alienation). I consider this album dedicated to Rush, symphonic and hard-prog fans. In all honesty I don't like very hard rock or prog-metal, but this album really have impressed me; symphonic with metal touches. The album is composed by seven songs; with more or less seven minutes each (it's purposely?), similar melodies and all of titles with difficult pronunciation and strange sense. Freirįticos (related to friar); Nebulosa (nebula); Bardos (bard); Tetragramaton (something with four letters); Sesgo (oblique); Zenuslabo (I confess I can't find this word in dictionaries); Prolegōmenos (long preface). This last song seems dedicated to Kant, the philosopher, who writted a book with the same title. Tetragramaton is the one I like more, specially when it becomes dark and a little psychedelic with crazy laughs in the bottom. In short, Vesānia show us a very mature music and excellent musicians. Unfortunately, they released just one album and I never heard nothing more about them. It's difficult write about this album, you just have to listen: four stars to these guys!
Prog-Brazil | 4/5 |


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