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Submarine Silence


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.93 | 68 ratings

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5 stars Submarine Silence is the side project of Moongarden which gives us a good idea of how this band sound. The first song is some Genesis 70's inspired music with a long and breathtaking guitar solo from David Cremoni, Hackett style. ''Runaway Strain'' is in a faster tempo mode. It sounds a lot to the band THe Watch with some heavy bass playing, but the music switch on an acoustic mode inspired again by the pastoral side of Genesis. The band switch frequently from quiet parts to more upbeat passages. ''A Deeper kind of Cumber'' is a dark and slightly heavier track. I have heard previous releases of this project and Moongarden albums and that album click with me more than others. The production is excellent with the sound of every instrument, the songs are all engaging. 5 stars close to God!
rdtprog | 5/5 |


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