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Experimental/Post Metal

4.29 | 156 ratings

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5 stars Sigh is a Japanese avant-grade metal band that plays a form of black metal that sounds like no other. Imaginary Sonicscape is a great album because it explores so many different sounds that it keeps you hooked for the entire length of the album. Sigh is rooted in black metal but they are more than just that. They combine avant-grade metal with their heavy black metal. The album has lots of heavy riffs and the vocals are black metal vocals, but there is also a wide variety of keyboard sounds and effects that add to the sound. The album is also really long with it being over and hour and most of the songs being long but it keeps your attention and does not get boring at all. If you're looking for some very good experiment or avant-grade metal then this album is for you. I personally believe that this album should be heard by all experimental/avant-garde metal fans and black metal fans as it is truly a creative, original masterpiece.
progtime1234567 | 5/5 |


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