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The Quiet Room


Progressive Metal

2.49 | 12 ratings

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1 stars Nope. This bucket does NOT hold the water. Reconcieve starts pretty much in progressive metal style. While digging deeper into the opener, eminent prog names like Dream Theatre and Cynic cross my mind... But unfortunately, it doesn't last long. Once you recognize that Reconcive is fake jump into the prog-metal skies, you cannot get past any other track than the opener. Music is repetitive and dull, with no real structure and with no direction at all. It just goes on and on and on in the same tempo, in the same non-structure. It's an album that makes you go mad; you try to dig through it over an over again, but you always stuck somewhere between song no.2 and song no 3. As soon as you stumble upon more complex and dense musicianship, reminiscent of Cynic (and hope that it will at least continue in this direction), you're stormed with unrecognizable vocals, bad guitar work and pointless melody. But since I might be wrong, maybe you, dear reader, could help me out; if you'd only so be so kind and listen the whole album in one try.... and than share a secret how you did it.
vens | 1/5 |


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