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RÓKA HASA RÁDIÓ

Thy Catafalque

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.06 | 44 ratings

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ChrisDawid
3 stars This experimental metal act from Hungary attracts my attention although I'm usually not into this genre. Interesting concept of strange radio transmission and reserved using of metal sounds make this album more accessible to classic prog fans. Notable is also the using of electronics and classical instruments which make this work versatile. Really interesting melodic passages as well as calming female voice create unique, east-european character of this album.

Still most interesting parts of "Róka Hasa Rádió" are the post metal passages present on every track, outstanding on first two extended songs. After mediocre Köd Utánam the rest of album is more mellow and instrumental. I really enjoy the Hungarian vocals which make this work really magnificent.

The album is a good position for beginners with east European progressive metal. Favorable direction of prog metal development and really enjoyable work, 3 stars.

ChrisDawid | 3/5 |

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