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Enigmatic Infinity - Sentenced To Solitude CD (album) cover

SENTENCED TO SOLITUDE

Enigmatic Infinity

 

Progressive Metal

3.09 | 3 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Enigmatic Infinity is a young prog metal band from Hungary conducted by guitarist, backing vocalist, etc Nandor Tombor. He done everything is to be heared on the first offering of the band named Senteced to solitude issued in 2016. Aswell he is helped by the vocalist Mate Horvath who done a good job here. Now, this is the type of prog metal that I like, ok has plenty of influences from well known names in this field but is not a problem, the sound, the compositions are tight, we talking about one man band, besides vocalist. The guitar chops are towards John Petrucci kinda feeling or even Vai but are well composed. Imagine you listen to a combination of Dream Theater around Train of thought era with his own ideas, the result is quite enjoyble for sure. The pieces are lenghty , the title track has nearly 18 min, with some nice duels between guitar and keyboards and above all Mate Horvath has a pleasent voice for this type of music. All in all more then decent modern prog metal, I like it, 3.5 stars. If you like for example last album of Eric Gillette this is rtight there for prog metal fans.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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