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NIGHT DREAM CALL

Sunpath

 

Progressive Metal

4.00 | 2 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars (background info - sorry, won't provide) (personal info - my first Sunpath album, not so much listens, will edit later). Don't take this review much seriously, I'll do some kind of experimental form of writing in this one. After all, after months of writing more or less in conventional forms, I deserve to do so, right ? Well, so let it cut on bare feelings and emotions: interesting music, when I heard first tones of Crusader, I knew that it's prog. With this intent I selected this album. So I've listened very closely the very first seconds and what came next and tried to differ this from "normal" rock/metal (normal time signature, pace, rhythm), trying to find these complex patterns and structures, harmony of multiple instruments playing together in elaborate way. I found it, however, some of elements in it I already knew, so called "not innovative at all costs". Enjoyment, it's important factor for me. I can listen to this kind of music, I can enjoy it, but I does not see it as masterpiece. Or at least not now. Some music grows older and colder, some will grow "on me" (as they say), so it will actually become better. The important thing is motivation. Why to listen this again (if I'll give it change again). And I will, because what I just (two times) heard pleased me. In mentioned first song, I quite like little thingie - last two ringing sounds + drums that starts to play directly between them. It's somehow pleasing. Little pleasures as I say. Then, guitar solos kicks in and takes whole place for itself.

4(+), maintaining to be fresh.

P.S. Not so bad for experimental review, huh ?

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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