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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.81 | 62 ratings

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3 stars After 7 years you might expect something more brave or adventurous, but this band decided to go the same path... almost the same line. In here, Mr. Dobles opted to show a more heavy (nu-metal meets symphonyc metal) style with the new voice of DIANA SERRA. Honestly is a good record, but non-essential (as the 3 star rating)... why? well despite the intro and outro that are a more ambient oriented pieces, the rest of the record struggles with orginallity and creativity, because they have tried to hard to forget the common links to the past and to the influences; those that kept them hearing that little bell and weren't to far from the origin point. Perhaps the best song is MOSHKA, and of course, DIME that is an instrumental passage. FORMLESS is innecesarly long, to many noises and dubbed gutars creating an inexistent realm, however, songs like MAHAYANA and ATMAS HEAVE are good examples of solid direction going back to the basics. If this is the first record of AGHORA you ever heard, well, you must be impressed. To me, i have to say that they're in development stage, and need more time to really explode and shock the audience with songwriting, not blasting solos. peace.
arqwave | 3/5 |


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