OSI - Re:Free CD (album) cover




Experimental/Post Metal

2.90 | 34 ratings

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3 stars This single is a very elegant and polite way to say: NO MORE METAL PLEASE. A 180 turn completely leaving the edgy and metallic side of the previous efforts and reworking 3 songs into a fully electronic realm. In here MOORE tells the world that he is not (by any chance) the ex-member of any band, it's a statement of liberty, evolution and independence to the whole fan base and the rest of the world. Then, GO is a full ambient passage, lovable with those cut loops at the beginning, and making it a little bit longer, after that "contribution" MOORE himself rework KICKING a quite solid rock song into a different boundaries, playing with ambience and tons of layers, and the final act HOME WAS GOOD, is an obscene and dramatic abscence of instruments almost ENO- inspired ambient loop, and must be said: gourgeos and beautiful, The problem with this album relies in the single fact that doesn't belong in this "prog- metal" style; try fitting it in post-rock or prog-related. Nice thing, but for fans or very open-minded music enthusiasts. peace.
arqwave | 3/5 |


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