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Inside The Sound


Progressive Metal

4.02 | 94 ratings

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5 stars Familiar with the game of guitarist Max Velichko on the projects Sunchild & Carthage. When he found out that he had his own instrumental project, he was very happy and interested. After a short search I found two albums, I was really glad to it. After listening to the first album, I immediately switched to the second one, which has the name "wizard's eyes". The album is uniquely more mature than the first, in music the influences of such styles are heard; jazz, progressive rock and metal, fusion, in places you can hear something from Vedic culture. You can also hear a lot of experiments in music, there are electronic sounds, and the lack of a keyboard player in the group (in the first album he was) is not noticeable, since Max independently played keyboards, skillfully and gracefully. Very pleased with the variety of musical moods, here there is also expression and lyrics and atmosphere and flight, indeed, everyone thinks they will find something of their own, I found. This album is for me the opening this year, now I look forward to continue!
TopPoint | 5/5 |


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