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Mastermind - Angels of the Apocalypse  CD (album) cover




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3.72 | 41 ratings

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1 stars This had been my worst experience trying to find something different about prog music. Angels of the Apocalypse is another of a thousand of albums that its main characteristic is to fight dragons through their lyrics and try to generate an overacted drama through music, music that is not progressive rock but just like basic heavy metal made by bands like Dark Moor, (including the female voice also overacted) Some of the keyboards parts are interesting, but that's all.

I bought this album thinking about finding something interesting, but since the first track I knew I was going into an album based on basic musical forms, without any artistic endeavor, with significant influences from bands like Lacuna Coil and Tristania but hey, this is not progressive.

The album can be entertaining if you do not have high expectations about progressive music, but in my case I decided to return to the record store and exchange it for something of Magellan that is not the best progressive band but at least I felt at home.

I have nothing more to say, simply because this album is not part of the musical genre that corresponds to this website.

fernandoalgarra | 1/5 |


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