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Pain Of Salvation


Progressive Metal

4.24 | 1206 ratings

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5 stars Remedy Lane comes 1 year after the epic The perfect Element Part 1 and in my opinion it's even better. Not many bands out there have the capacity to release a series of excellent albums in a row, well this guys do. Album after album they just keep getting better.

Remedy Lane strongest point is the concept which Daniel himself has told is the most personal of all he has written. This is a very emotional album about a crisis in a relationship and the search of a man for answers, musically it is very different from The Perfect Element and i believe this one is more creative.

There are a lot of soft melodic songs like This heart of Mine, Second Love or the instrumental Dryad of the Woods, all of them are simply amazing songs - compositions.

Every song on this album is amazing but the top ones for me are Beyond the Pale where Daniel once again shows us the versatility and beauty of his voice, other great songs are Chainsling, Waking every God, Rope ends..well every single one of them.

This band is in my opinion the best prog metal band out there, their music is excellent, emotional and inspiring, their concepts areclever and interesting, their vocalist is just..well

I walked the Remedy Lane and I will never be the same...

eon_ | 5/5 |


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