Frameshift - An Absence Of Empathy CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

2.85 | 34 ratings

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5 stars It's been a long time since I have heard a band beyond my expectations. This second album is awesome (as the first) and shows how good is the musicians' capacity of shifting from one style to another and maintaining the level. H. Pauly is really a great musician and producer; his technique is vast in all instruments but not without feeling; E. Marvin plays virtuously and without wastes; S. Bach vocals are potent and impressive. Even changing the style of the vocals from the other album the music still fits it with precision and expressing the lyrics. Frameshift is a first team band and do not waste time with boring nonsense melodies to fill the albums - like it has been happening to many good prog bands lastly (especially Dream Theater). It's good to see there is still work with quality and grandiosity.
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