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3.52 | 6 ratings

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3 stars Wondering where they want to go as a rock combo. This "Enter The Sentai" sounds like another creation that PSEUDO/SENTAI should have put their strength into. Indeed based upon pop / rock, colourful sound variations and melodic alterations can be heard via massive rock subgenres (metallic like Judas, tribal touch, psychedelic, or avantgarde), but their soundscape might have got remarkably influenced or have a massive inspiration by industrial grunge core or noise (like NINE INCH NAILS or Marilyn MANSON) and this musical phenomena confuse me definitely.

Each track is well composed and melody line is not so bad. There are two points I'd like to mention for them: first, we cannot get easily what they should have wanted to play in this album although plenty of musical elements they wanted to digest. It cannot be helped we assume they completed noisy pop tinged with progressive flavour. It's just pity they created such a powerful vibe. Second, eternal sound explosion could be expressed in this album I guess, but sadly Excessive digital effects for voices might spoil their musical goodness I'm afraid simultaneously.

Let me say this; their ability of creator is so good enough to make more simple, more sincere songs, even if not so complicated. Do believe they will get a definite progression and decision where they go.

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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