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Symphonic Prog

3.44 | 23 ratings

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3 stars Instrumental neo-prog?...Yeah,why not,and that is coming from Brazil...and it is really interesting as well...With the collaboration of Marcus Viana of SAGRADO CORACAO DA TERRA on the violin,DOGMA deliver smooth,melodic,easy listening,yet perfectly arranged instrumental symphonic prog that will heal your ears...Not something that could be considerd as a masterpiece but also very far away from boring instrumental efforts...Their debut is clearly british influenced with bands like CAMEL,PENDRAGON and CYAN coming to mind during the listening of the album...Maybe the best comparison would be a more sophisticated and melodic version of their native band TEMPUS FUGIT...The highlight of the album in my opinion is ''Movements'' with the last section of the track being a very emotional one...Nice addition to any prog collection,this one earns 3,5 stars from me and I'm begginig searching for their second (unfortunately and last) album...
apps79 | 3/5 |


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