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THE HIDDEN MAN OF THE HEART

Roz Vitalis

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.12 | 90 ratings

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IceAngel
5 stars These sounds seem to be very familiar to you. But if you try to find something unusual in music, something, that will take your brain away, the 'Roz Vitalis' new album 'The Hidden Man of the Heart' (2018) is the particular thing that you need. Elegant oriental motives will charm your ears during the process of listening 'The Hidden Man of the Heart', the leading composition of the album. Melancholy and anxiety will steal your heart in the melodies 'Wounded by the Lion and Adder' and 'Amaryllis'. Sometimes tracks sound alike you are playing computer game or travel in a very exotic country, for example 'Rhapsody of Refugees'. There are some religious allusions in the 'Psalm 6'. And it seems to me, that the whole album is dedicated to some path to the higher power. How the man moves, fears, changes, finds out something important about life and death. The album at all has something similar with 'Apocaliptica', but it brings more light in the heart of the listener. And is contains more complicated musical structures. I recommend this album for all who is longing for really talented, intriguing and special music.
IceAngel | 5/5 |

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