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2.92 | 21 ratings

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2 stars So,that's my first experience of DGM and the first thing to say is that this one is excellent power metal but has nothing to do with prog...I don't know if the rest of their albums have progressive leanings but this one is power metal to the bone with the main influences coming from KAMELOT,STRATOVARIUS,maybe the more metal side of RHAPSODY OF FIRE and the more speed side of SYMPHONY X...Vocalist Titta Tani has a powerful voice,something like a less brutal version of Russell Allen or Ronnie Atkins of PRETTY MAIDS...Of course all songs are well arranged and performed with nice guitar and keyboard solos but that doesn't make an album progressive...and after a few listens it gets quite boring...If you like power metal or want to have a break from complex and difficult albums then this is for you...melodic speed metal...I have been personally through this phase many years ago and such albums do not thrill me at all...I will just pass this one by...2.5 stars...
apps79 | 2/5 |


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