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3.99 | 166 ratings

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4 stars Interesting follow up from this talented Polish band.

With crystal clear vocals, extensive use of violin and those atmospheric guitar solos only Polish acts manage to produce, Believe manage to weave some really compelling tunes here. The structure of the tunes are highly complex, containing multiple segments; at times the entire song will be an everchanging cycle of changing segments; but somehow the songs manage to sound cohesive still.

With an emphasis on melodies and atmospheric sounds, the tunes are slick in expression; but even so darker elements are incorporated into the soundscapes without sounding out of place; especially drawn out guitar chords add a darker tinge to the compositions.

Mixing in elements from symphonic rock, hard rock and pop music in compelling and captivating tunes, fans of modern progressive rock in particular should find this release to be highly interesting.

Windhawk | 4/5 |


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