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AN ENDLESS SPORADIC

An Endless Sporadic

 

Progressive Metal

3.98 | 44 ratings

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Progdaybay
4 stars Here is a good surprise ! An instrumental music by a progressive metal band, which does not sound very much metal (good or bad ?... good for me).

The musical themes are different from what is out there, giving this CD an original room in the prog world. It is very easy to listen to, with lots of variations in tempos and power. The main interest of this production is that musical themes are constantly there, from a track to another (often), with original variations, even in more "mellow" moments, which are evoking "elevator" music... But it is very well done, and the instrumentists are brilliant, with strong virtuosity. Some very well known fellows have helped them, i.e. Roine Stolt at the production (I think) and Jonas Reingold, from the Flower Kings (and others), and my first thought when seeing that is the production would be top-notch : it is, a lot ! It is a gage a quality, and you hear it instantly.

Of course, the main defect is its shortness (around 35 minutes), and hearing this special instrumental opus pushes you to the will of having some more... Anyway, a very good short CD, quite unique and most interesting.

I go for somewhere between 4.2 and 4.4. To be discovered. Oh ! The "pochette" (cover) is very nice !!!

Progdaybay | 4/5 |

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