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3.67 | 34 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars This is a Swiss five-piece with their new album, it's a concept about cloned children that have to be killing machines but one is different, his name is Kenny. The music is pleasant and melodic progrock: from mellow keyboards with melancholical vocals or twanging electric guitars to mid-tempo featuring organ and harder-edged guitar and bombastic pieces with a lush keyboardsound (including beautiful Mellotron waves). The music has echoes from early/mid-GENESIS, mid-PINK FLOYD (great David Gilmour-inspired soli) and some ALAN PARSONS (symphonic pop). This is not very original progrock but the 11 compositions (running time more than one hour) are tasteful and alternating, Metamorphosis has made remarkable progress on their third CD.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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