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LABYRINTH

Majestic

 

Neo-Prog

3.69 | 20 ratings

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rdtprog
3 stars Majestic is used to play longs songs and this one is no different with 3 longs tracks starting with a 31 minutes epic that allows for long instrumental passages with spacey keyboards, many tempo changes. The guitars can be very heavy at times close to what Ayeron do. The female and male vocals are used mostly in this first song, the rest is much more on the instrumental side. The song structure is built like a crescendo that gets to a emotional climax that reminds a lot of what the Neo-Prog band Sylvan have done. However the second track is a long and quiet interlude of 14 minutes where there is not much going on where the band show is Pink Floyd influence. The third track is much more interesting with the come back of all intruments shinning again with a lot of keyboards, sounding very much like the band Lands End. The drums can sound a little bit tinny compare to a big production of a complete band, but the compositions have enough quality to be enjoyable. I would give a 3.5 stars.
rdtprog | 3/5 |

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