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Clover Seeds


Crossover Prog

3.91 | 25 ratings

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4 stars "Clover Seeds" is prog rock/metal band from France and "The Opening" is the name of their second album. The songs have a mix of dark-melancholic feeling but you can also find some heavy parts.

A friend of mine introduced me to their music. He told me the music is compared to : Anathema, Porcupine Tree and Riverside and I confirmed this after listening the album but, in some parts I thought I was listening to Pain of Salvation, which is one of the things I like from this album because even when Its very clear the influence of PoS on their music, they didn't try to make a Remedy Lane part 2 or something like that, they just took some elements of PoS to create their music in the same way they took elements from the other bands mentioned before and, at the end the result is an exceptional prog album.

Some of the songs are not that heavy and can be considered as Rock but, becuase of the way the composition grows, the same song can fit on Metal genre after a few seconds. The quality of the audio is very good, the guitars, bass and drums are well played and the vocals are just simply amazing.

Best Tracks:

"The Opening"

"Higher" - The heaviest song of the album.

"Enough" - The most beautiful song of the album.

Armand01 | 4/5 |


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