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THE FORGOTTEN GODDESS

Echoes of Eternity

 

Progressive Metal

3.23 | 11 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Echoes of Eternity is a young band formed in Los Angeles few years ago. They release so far two album, this one is the first from 2007 named The forgotten goddess. Well, this is not progressive metal at all, is more like metal with female singer. The riffs, the drumming, all remind me of a metal band, they don't have in common nothing with a progressive metal genre. All the pieces are under 5 min, that showns that the pieces are not very well developed, not complex enough to be progressive metal, but if you take the album as it is as metal is quite enjoyble. As I said the pieces are short , guitar oriented with a lots riffing but combined with the good voice and very powerfull of Francine Boucher this first album is a god one but don't expect to something realy excellent. I've heared this album couple of times and was enough for me, even the variety is missing here. The album has power and balls, is very up tempo all the time, with some great chops on drums but the complexity is not present here, 3 riffs over two refrains and a chorus and is over a piece of 4 min. In the end a good album, but far from being something special, I wish it were more structurated and more varied in manner of composing. Anyway I will give 3 stars, nothing progressive here, but pleasent most of the time.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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