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THE EREYN CHRONICLES PART I

Anthropia

 

Progressive Metal

3.50 | 11 ratings

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Marty McFly
Special Collaborator
Crossover and E&O Teams
3 stars Splendid, this one really managed to talk with me (metaphorically said, we talked about metal screaming, power metal, concept albums and metal guitar solos). This album really has everything that proper prog album should have. Except these things, it also managed to get through my little depression and let me embrace prog metal. Most important thing is that they're approaching to this crossover of prog metal and power metal with unique style. They're simply making it interesting, feeling new by combining old, trusty parts with new elements. And it works, you feel like you're listening "full" music. It's wild and energetic, but not cheap and noisy (even it's quite loud, due to power metal attributes). But that's just promising beginning, later on, it turns out that they don't offer too much and these wonderful and innovative ideas are repeating. That's bad (I've tried to track my first listen as I was changing my mind). They're literally losing power as album goes by.

3(-) with sad heart, because start of this was promising. I gave it a chance later on, but it's still the same.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |

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