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3.06 | 188 ratings

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3 stars It really depends on how this album is viewed. If it is viewed in comparison to album of the glorious band's past, then I think it may come out as a big disappointment. For the band's fans thought, who might somewhat have crossed out the band's name out of the awaited album releases after their latest albums, it might come as a sign of hope for another row of worthwhile albums. Tribe is certainly an attempt to dive into the future of metal music, an attempt that reminds of Promised Land, as that album also dived into the future of that period's metal music, far more successfully than this one I may also add. Old rows of amazing solos are gone, Geoff Tate's outstanding vocals are now limited to what probably his present voice condition allows, lyrics are less understandable and not quite focusing on aspects of society or modern life like they used to. That is indeed a sign of where progressive metal music is lead nowadays but leaves your with a certain feeling of nostalgia of what music was back in 1988 or 1990. For someone that is looking for something new and quite unique, this album won't be any disappointment but unfortunately I think that it doesn't qualify to thrill anyone either, regardless of his/her expectations.
V0lcaN0 | 3/5 |


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