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EPILOG

Änglagård

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 489 ratings

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FruMp
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3 stars A disappointing effort after Hybris.

I have never managed to get into Epilog and shortly before this review I listened to it a good 3 times through before coming to my final verdict. My main problem is that it feels very disjointed and lacks the cohesion that Hybris had, which is a shame because there was so much potential for an even better follow up. Prolog is a good start and Hostsjed starts off very promisingly with a great motif before descending into the quiet mire that this album never seems to emerge from, there are good dynamics and then there is just being too quiet and subdued too often.

Epilog is a genuinely decent album harking back to the symphonic days of old and the instrumentation is fantastic but it really fails to capture my attention and the highlights are few and far between. Stick with Hybris, if you're a big fan of that then you may enjoy this - but then again it's more likely you'll probably be disappointed.

FruMp | 3/5 |

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