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IN EVERY FROZEN TEAR

Seven Tears

 

Progressive Metal

2.57 | 4 ratings

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Ovidiu
3 stars A young and nice Swedish band with a very promissing potential for a debut album,this is what SEVEN TEARS are offeing on this interesting album!Nothing new or spectacular under the sun,it's prog metal with some AOR infrluences,but wery well done,professional and mature!What makes the difference is the marvelous voice of ZORAN DJOREM,which fits perfectly well with the music!Excellent combinations and duels between guitar and keyboards,efficiend double pedal drumming tempo,and some good guitar solos-this are the ingredients for an inspired prog metal album!Attractive is the mixture between the classical nordic melodic metal and the usual progressive ingredients -virtuosity and good balance between the midtempo rhythms and the calm ones!The general mood of the album is a pretty calm one,byt there are plenty moments of musical wizzardry and great imagination!Definitelly SEVEN TEARS are trying to bring something original in their music,not to be DREAM THEATER clones,and the melodic aspect is essential!The first try was a successful one,we wait the second shot,and I am sure that many pleasant surprises ,good surprises will come from this talented and ambitious band from Sweden! 3.5 deserved STARS for a good,far superior to other prog metal debuts!
Ovidiu | 3/5 |

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