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VENI VIDI VICI

Pär Lindh Project

 

Symphonic Prog

3.97 | 50 ratings

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Greger
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5 stars Besides the live album "Live In America", it's been almost four years since the Swedish symphonic rock masters PÄR LINDH PROJECT's released their previous album "Mundus Incompertus" (1997). Their new album is called "Veni Vidi Vici". A nice surprise is that they have recruited the magnificent bass player Jonas Reingold to their line-up. Jonas is one of Sweden's finest bass players and he has replaced Marcus Jäderholm who has decided to leave the group. The great guitar player Jocke Ramsell has also left the group and is replaced by John Hermansen. Personally I preferred Jocke's guitar playing, but instead I got Jonas Reingold on bass. The new album follows the same musical direction as the previous ones: pompous and bombastic Symphonic Rock with a big dose of Baroque and Classical Music influences. Heavy guitar riffs, church organ and mellotron bombardments blended with beautiful female vocals by Magdalena Hagberg. The music has a big contrast between intricate and complex instrumental passages to quieter instrumental moments. Perhaps not as good as the "Mundus Incompertus" album, but any fan of PÄR LINDH PROJECT (such as myself) won't get disappointed. You have my word on it!
Greger | 5/5 |

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