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Green Carnation


Experimental/Post Metal

4.13 | 292 ratings

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2 stars GREEN CARNATION - Light of Day, Day of Darkness

Just one song over 60 minutes....

Well, it is a good idea, there are groups that tried to do that prior than Green Carnation (FW - Pleasant Shade of Gray, Jethro Tull - Thick as a brick...), or in form of a conceptual albums (PF - Dark side of the moon, Genesis - Selling England...) and succeeded.

Green Carnation failed. This is not one song. This is a mixture of catchy riffs and melodic build-ups with prolonged solo. And that's about it. It is good but nothing more than that. I personaly think it deserves a few listens but then it starts to fall apart. It does not contain timeless material like above mentioned classics. This is catchy metal music, easy to listen, easy to forget...

alionida | 2/5 |


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