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3.93 | 142 ratings

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4 stars Myrath is a young progressive metal band , surprise surprise from Tunisia, a country with no background in prog music or any kind of rock music in general. Very talented and full of energy this Myrath is an extremly pleasent surprise for me and I think to many prog metal listners. Taken their influences from Symphony X and in places from Adagio (Kevin Codfert the keyboard player of Adagio is their sound engineer and producer) both instrumental passages and the vocal parts, this tunisian band manage to create something realy great in this field. Not necesarly original , but very well played with lot great interplays between guitar in keys, the cherry on the cake here, but aswell the vocalist Zaher Zorgati and the drumer did a great job, showing that even in countries with no history in prog music can appear great band full of talent and imagination. Almost every piece is uptempo with great time signatures, great chops on guitar and very speedy and well executed key passages - not far from their idols Symphony X. The best pieces are Confession with some arabian flavours added in their prog metal roots - nice and chachy tune and the titled track Hope another example of good and well playd progressive metal . The rest are good but these two mentioned are the best. So I will give 4 stars, anyway to me is not a masterpiece for sure, but a very good album that worth investigate if you are a fan of progressive metal. The younger bands might take close listen to this band they will have a lot to learn for sure.

b_olariu | 4/5 |


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