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Pagan's Mind


Progressive Metal

3.25 | 70 ratings

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3 stars First step towards the infinity

Back in the 2000, there was not the saturation of generic prog metal bands, so this band can't be blamed of been generic when in fact, it was one of the first bands in merging prog metal in the routes of Dream Theater and Fates Warning with the more streight forward and catchy melodies of power metal bands like Stratovarius. Right from the start, this album shows quite well the origins of this great band, and is evident that they have improved with age.

Ten years after the release, the songs sounds inspired and flows well through the catchy melodies and the good amount of heavy guitar riffing as well as some ambience keyboards that gave a fresh edge to the tracks. The talent is there, the songs are good and the concept is great really, it's just that all their next productions were just much more better than this album, so for some this album can be a little low budget or get short in ideas, but in fact is a great album, just don't get start with this if you don't know Pagan's Mind music.

Lovers or prog metal should check this album. Lovers of metal in general as well. Now, for the old school prog lovers, maybe you should start with Enigmatic: Calling, which is their very best release to date. The sound is not the best you can get, but the idea of the band is there and there's a lot going on. Great lead vocal player. You should check this out. 3 stars.

jampa17 | 3/5 |


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