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Anubis Gate


Progressive Metal

3.88 | 108 ratings

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3 stars As i said in previous review from A perfect forever that i'm looking forward to listen to the last release of the band Andromeda unchained, now is the time to put some thought about this last album of this danish band. This is the first review of this album, the rest 12 are only votes. My first impression is good but kinda the same with the previous one, in every way. Only thing that diffrences between these two records is the voice. On this album they have a new voice in person of Jacob Hansen, who also was the producer of the first 2 albums. The voice is ok for this kind of music, prog power metal, but i prefer the one from the previous album, more rough than this one. The music has some high and lows but asa a whole is ok, nothing really groundbreaking but not really bad either. The best pieces are Waking Hour and the longest piece The End of Millenium Road, the rest are just ok. The sound is very solid and fat, but after half the album you beggin to guess what is going on on the last part of the album, i mean the same formula on tracks, the same vocal parts, only the guitar riffs and solos are bit diffrent then on previous albums. So in conclusion is a good album, but nothing more, worth listen from time to time. 3 stars for Andromeda unchained like on A perfect forever. For fans of Beyond Twilight, Pagan's Mind
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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