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Pain Of Salvation


Progressive Metal

4.24 | 1206 ratings

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And it is because of those grunts that I hate heavy metal and even some prog metal bands.But with Pain of Salvation is different.They not need it to show how talented they are (because they already have Daniel Gildenllow to this) .But I just came to this conclusion after listening to "Remedy Lane ".

This is the first album by Pain of Salvation that I'm hearing full.Itīs a masterpiece certainly a testament to the quality of guys.Like other albums, is a concept album, somewhat autobiographical (as Daniel himself said), but not counting as a central character as the first two albums.

The musicianship is excellent, although I am familiar with the metal bands like Dream Theater and Symphony X, I like their sound very.Although all tracks are good, the last two, "Second Love"and"Beyond the Pale" are best.The first is a simple ballad, in contrast to the complex musicality of the band, while the other is a wonderful mini-epic about 10 minutes.Other great tracks are "A trace of Blood","This heart of mine(i pledge)" and "Waking Every God".The voice of Daniel are unquestionably perfect, this guy is one of the best musicians of today, he alone is reason enough to listen to this album.

voliveira | 4/5 |


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