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FROM SILENCE TO SOMEWHERE

Wobbler

 

Symphonic Prog

4.40 | 614 ratings

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emisan
5 stars I've never heard about Wobbler until From Silence To Somewhere, but after I've listened this album and I've studied other bands albums (Hinterland, Afterglow and Rites At Down), I can say that Wobbler is one of my favourite prog bands ever. The first three album are very good (especially Afterglow ) but From Silence To Somewhere is a masterpiece. The band's music is heavily rooted in 70's symphonic prog rock using old vintage instruments and at the first play it reminds me of Hybris, Anglagard's first album. The album structure is very similar with classic prog albums. It contains four tracks with the second "Rendered In Shades Of Green" serving as a two minute intermission between the long opener and the two 10+ minutes final tracks. All songs are pure gold, containing many dark and intense passages and melancholic parts, pastoral interludes, medieval atmosphere, all combined in the grandeur of symphonic prog. From Silence To Somewhere is without a doubt Wobbler's most polished, original, complete and near perfect album yet and maybe the best prog album of the last five years. Highy recomended!! 5 stars.
emisan | 5/5 |

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