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3.55 | 129 ratings

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5 stars Definitelly,with this new album,KAMELOT,are proving to be on top of their maturity under all aspects!Honestly,I think that this band has a special status in today's music!Even,being an American band considered,well,with a NORVEGIAN vocalist,this guys have a very European touch!The music is so diverse and perfectly composed and performed,that album after album they continue to deliver astonishing music!ROY KHANTATAT aka ROY KHAN is one of the most amazing vocalists,with a heavenly voice and even the most pretentious rock conaisseur has to admit that this guy is very talented and sings in an unique way!His wide range of vocal expressions is trully spectacular-from furious uptempo rhythms to sensitive ballads,where this man is absolutely fabulous!Musically speaking,the symphonic power metal of this band has an unique personality and Mr's Youngblood 's mastery to compose such suprbe music is growing album after album!KAMELOT is a guarantee for high quality music and you get what you expect album after album!This new one is simply perfect,very prog orientated and truly close to perfection!Impossible to find a weak song-all are fantastic!Almost all songs are midtempo and the ballads are waking the Gods and touching the hearts of all sensitive persons!500 STARS if possible-PURE MASTERPIECE!
Ovidiu | 5/5 |


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