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Beyond Twilight


Progressive Metal

3.98 | 163 ratings

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keiser willhelm
3 stars ive owned this album for a while now and have moved from fan boy to hater and now bck to somewhere in the middle. its a very very unique and interesting concept, though i feel that its not completely realized. ill keep this short, there are already too many reviews to chose from but i would like to articulate some of my problems with this disc. first off i really do not like the use of synthesized (very obviously) orchestra, played on the keyboards. it detracts from the album very much, IMO pushing it over that edge from maybe pretentious to definatley cheesy. it is also very formulmatic. keeping to the same path paved by smph.X and DT while the scyzophranic song changes can also get annoying at times. all of these points aside it is well done and far from "Bad". i like the vocals and particularly enjoy the first three or four songs very much, the production is very glossy, very polished witch in this case helps the disc. overall, good. nothing very special though. a creative attempt at moving beyond the likes of symphony x and their power metal peers.
keiser willhelm | 3/5 |


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