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EUPNEA

Pure Reason Revolution

 

Crossover Prog

4.00 | 238 ratings

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The Crow
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4 stars After releasing the impressive "The Dark Third", Pure Reason Revolution went into something of a tailspin with the release of the lackluster Amor Vincit Omnia, and the disastrous Hammer and Anvil, which led to the band's split in 2011.

However, they made a triumphant return to the stages at the Midsummer Prog Festival in 2019, with an incredible performance that I had the luck to attend to, which would later materialize in the publication of this "Eupnea" which undoubtedly consists of one of the strongest comebacks in recent years.

Basing its sound once again on the psychedelic rhythms and atmospheres of its first album, but without forgetting the more insistent guitars and electronic influences of its other two albums, "Eupnea" is a very solid, fun release that certainly leaves you craving for more.

I hope that the "Above Cirrus", set to be released next May, follows this good path and offers us another great work by this talented musicians! Although listening to New Kind of Evil, the first advance of this new work, things look really really good.

Best Tracks: the three long ones (Silent Genesis, Ghosts and Typhoons and Eupnea), are the best, although the shorter ones are also remarkable.

My Rating: ****

The Crow | 4/5 |

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