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R-U Kaiser


Symphonic Prog

3.92 | 8 ratings

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4 stars After 11 years, chilean symphonic prog band RU Kaiser releases their second album. After several changes in their original lineup, finally the drummer and leader of the band found a new ensemble of female voices that keep the textures of the group's first stage.

The technical deployment of the band also continues with its new members projecting the bombastic symphonic prog of their first album 'Ocelos' (2007) but we can feel some evolution with the incorporation of some neo prog sequences in songs likes 'Sangre' (Blood) or 'Alguien' (Someone).

Once again we're in presence of a conceptual album which explores the human conscience from a spiritual and philosophic point of view, plenty of soaring keyboard athmospheres complemented or in opposition of very strong guitar riffs and solos, building some hypnotic music walls along the five suites of the album.

Although the lyrics are in spanish, every song is very enjoyable because the delicate technique of the musicians even when this one doesn't have the weight of their first release. 3.5* for me.

progadicto | 4/5 |


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