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SHADOW CHASER

Waste Lagoon

 

Progressive Metal

3.65 | 3 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Waste Lagoon is an obscure prog metal band from Norway who produce a single album so far in 2001 named Shadow chaser. The album was released at norwegian label Millenium Lagoon Records and get great reviews from media and fans aswell in that period. The music is Rush and Tiles influenced , but not a copy, they have their own sound and manner of composing delivering a solid and tight album for sure in prog metal scene. This band definitely kick ass with their playing and the quality of their music; melody and harmony are melting together very well. The album is up tempo with great interplays between musicians, showing that they know bussines, two instrumental pieces are the best from this album, Lagoona Strangiato (with the begging of the pieces sounding similar with legendary track Yzz from Rush from famous Moving picture) and Recycled Waste a more prog metal pieces then the rest but worth every second, the rest are also very good like opening track Witch hunt or Acid Rain. Musicianship is top notch showing how great this band was , they are disbanded now but with all that they are very underrated and unnoticed band from prog metal, and worth every second. 3-3.5 stars that means a great album that desearve a better view. Recommended
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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