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Pagan's Mind


Progressive Metal

3.83 | 92 ratings

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4 stars Prog Metal is alive and well in Norway with Pagan's Mind and I'm jealous as hell those pesky Norwegians have this band.The opening track The Celestine Prophecy is a statement of intent,an energetic up-tempo opener which sets the tone nicely.Enigmatic Mission is next up,a powerful,controlled piece with excellent vocals and superb instrumental passages.Supremacy,Our Kind opens like Judas Priest and then overlays synths/keyboards and ticks along again at a fair old pace.Coming Home sounds a little like Giuffria (remember them,anyone?) and does not suffer with the comparison.The track Taken is probably the best.If you like Symphony X,this track will appeal to you.It has its own Pagan's Mind stamp on it though,but influences are useful pointers to the potential audience.An ideal album for blasting away the cobwebs on a dull day.
horza | 4/5 |


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