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Pain Of Salvation

 

Progressive Metal

4.11 | 682 ratings

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voliveira
3 stars A drop in quality after the masterpieces that have been "The Perfect Element Pt. 1 "and "Remedy Lane". From an ambitious concept (about how God can learn from their own), they created an album somewhat uneven, but with good moments that only the Pain of Salvation can make.The first five tracks are the problem for me, are very bad.From "Nauticus"(which is a kind of hymn) things improve a little, but unfortunately there are still failures.The best tracks are: "Nauticus", "Dea Pecuniae", "Omni", "Inter Impius"and "Martius Nauticus". The worst? All first five tracks

3.5 stars rounded down, but I might change my mind to hear it, after all is not so bad here.

voliveira | 3/5 |

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