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DANDELION

Time's Forgotten

 

Progressive Metal

3.76 | 19 ratings

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RaulBonilla
4 stars Dandelion not only surpasses the already excellent A Relative Moment of Peace, it is a definitive step forward in fact. The band decides to go heavier this time, however this does not sacrifice the balance of acoustic moments and world music/electronic passages of the debut. The heavy parts are incredible well constructed with intensive guitar riffs and killing keyboard playing, all supported with superb harmony vocals. The choice to include whistles was a critical one, as it fits perfectly with the signature acoustic identity of Time's Forgotten: mellow acoustic guitars, mellotron and piano. The electronic nerve of the band is specially highlighted in the third track, Indifferent, in which it is melted with a guitar loop to create a groovy atmosphere to the song. My favorite songs are The Tale of the Sun and Moon (Dandelion) with a great work of acoustic and electric guitars and Silent Waters, an experimental track with pipes, piano, synthesized strings and whispered voices. This is a very complex record, full of rich melodies and excellent compositions, almost flawless. Highly Recommended! 4.5 Stars.
RaulBonilla | 4/5 |

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