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INNERGY

Forgotten Suns

 

Heavy Prog

3.43 | 23 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Yep, this is not bad metal at all. Actually, it's accessible, offering different sounds, elements, melodies (is there a opposite to melody ? I don't think so), not so much dissonant parts (fortunately) and others. Another important factor is something I understand generally as "being-innovative & yet interesting & yet not so weir", even being weird is good (is it ? sometimes yes). This music is not weird at all, it's metal, nothing shocking and sweet (the things that Moon Safari is blamed for) like Alias Eye, or even A.C.T. - this is normal prog metal. Umm, heavy prog ? Maybe their previous albums, I know just this one, but this is metal for sure. Important thing here is that it sounds "new". There are experimenting parts, where they venture to places (no man has gone before). And they get away with it quite easily, without problem.

4(+), this music flow quite easily, even there's nothing so big to be considered as masterpiece. And kids, remember to read Windhawk's review, it's has far more info than mine (I'm serious, I work with feelings, not facts)

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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