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Eniac Requiem


Progressive Metal

3.89 | 15 ratings

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4 stars I'm shocked that this band doesn't have any reviews yet, only one vote, Space eternal void is one of the best prog metal albums i ever heared, since i'm listning to prog music . The band is from USA and release only one album in 1998 named Space eternal void. But what an album, kick ass al the way, prog metal of the highest calibre. Some hints are on some pieces from Dream Theater or Shadow Gallery but as the whole is quite an original piece of work. The main man of the band is the talented guitar player Derek Taylor who is reminescent of Yngwie Malmsteen as manner of interpretation. Also he is the producer of the album and wrote all the music of this album. Well this guy realy knows to use the instrument delivering some great guitar riffs and solos combined with a lot of emotion results an awesome album. All the musians have great skills , but the one i like most from here is Brett Stine from keyboards, i quite never heared very often such skills on a keyboard player, what he does here on Space eternal void is beyond easy listning. From fast keys solos to barrock smooth aragements this guy kick ass on his instrument, awesome musician. Now the album asa a whole is above many prog metal albums that is praised every day on the archives, reaching on a level hard to beat even by well known bands. Forte tracks - all are super with a plus on Amulet of the Sun, Sad clowns in Europe and Nemesis. So, a big album that needs much more attention than is seen today, it'a shame that this band never released a second album, a promising debut who turned to be their swansong. Highly recommended. 4 stars without hesitation
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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