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NEBULAE

Hemina

 

Progressive Metal

3.87 | 134 ratings

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poito
2 stars When I reviewed SYNTHETIC, the first release by this Australian band, I concluded by wishing them to find their own signature in the future. That album consisted in a large blend of arrangements and effects from the Prog Metal catalog, nicely assembled as long tracks, a well-intentioned work, even impressive for a debut, but with little personality, nothing new in the scene. In this second NEBULAE the band did find a signature... but it is not of theirs. It truly seems a different band. They've enrolled in the growing list of Djent sounding bands, with that strong rhythmic line of quaquacks everywhere smashing your ears. All compositional effort they had cultivated so hard in the past is gone. Obviously making quaquacks is easier. Anyone can do that, guys. Too bad. This is music for teenagers of today. Tomorrow it'll vanish. The most interesting track is a sung duet ballad called Soulmates, off the line of the album. Some bits of good taste can still be appreciated in the closing track Otherworldly. What can I wish them for the next? Maybe, going back their steps and start all over again? Pity they turned the clay into a tourist shop figurine.
poito | 2/5 |

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