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4.07 | 114 ratings

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4 stars 2 years after the debut album TRANSCEDENTAL,TO-MERA re back with a new album,even more spectacular and better structured!On DELUSIONS,the Brits are pushing further the boundaries of imagination and they deliver here something that can be considered SENSATIONAL!Having serious technical capacities and knowledge,TO MERA are on this album really unleashed!Long tracks,with long musical,instrumental passages and a total freedom of expression in mixing so many musical styles-that's exceptional!They have the same ability and wisdom to make a clever mix between pure metal,jazz,prog,trash and even death rhythms-all is definitely very metalized!It's stunning how the song is keeping it's cohesion and monolythic form in the end!Amazing imagination-that's obvious!Julie Kiss is more natural and inspired with her vocals and the sound of the album is better then on TRANSCEDENTAL!Having this idea of mixing,combiing so many different musical styles in the same track can be discouraging or challenging-and it is-ut i the end we have the feeling to discover a new musical direction with this band!They pushed the boundaries of imagination and freedom of musical expression to an unbelieveble high level!Only if you have serious and stong technical capacities it is possible to start composing and performing such complex and difficult to perform music!4.5 STARS for a fabulous album,something difficult to dig,but the effort worth it plenty!
Ovidiu | 4/5 |


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