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Antonius Rex


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.15 | 23 ratings

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1967/ 1976
3 stars A.D. 2009!!!

I admit that 'Per Viam' is a very brave CD in an attempt to be modern and timeless. And if, for me, is the more big problem because this fact has made me less morbid mental operation of: 'somehow you will Bertoccetti evolved in all these years...'. And this is a great poor final expetations for me.

It is true that 'Per Viam' is a great album for Antonius Rex in Rex's strategy. But in my mind 'Per Viam' is only an album of Bertoccetti and Doris Norton. Ok, 'Per Viam' in my nind sound so cold and modern and without the pure magic of old Bertoccetti album, also if extremely Antonius Rex. All the Bertoccetti's previous influences are in this album and this is synonym of a pure compact album. But in my mind 'Micro Demons' sound as too modern and technological song for mins and the new version of 'Ufdem' sopund too close to Saviour Machine. Of course these are all details, in a so interesting album.

Album that, in my mind, not sound satisfactorily, because technology loses much mystique halo in my mind. But that remaind me a normal album of a great mind and musician.

1967/ 1976 | 3/5 |


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