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Experimental/Post Metal

3.96 | 265 ratings

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3 stars before I get this CD, I expected a dynamic journey of progmet music like Dream Theater or even LTE. and I was wrong. OSI's style is darker than any expectation. it' s more psychedelic. but the energy between Kevin Moore, Mike Portnoy, Sean Malone and Jim Matheos is still the finest. all of the compositions are good. there's only one thing I can't accept is the vocal of Kevin Moore. I don't like how he sings (he also sings in his Chroma Key's albums, but, well, CK is his own project). come on, he can give that part to many great vocalists, such as James LaBrie (if he sings in this album, maybe it's not going to be this dark - who knows). I don't know, it's probably a matter of ego.
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