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WAVES OF OBLIVION

Scorched Shore

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.00 | 2 ratings

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MusicMan29M
4 stars This is a great eclectic album from start to finish.

There are elements of metal, death metal, progressive rock and experimental/post metal elements, not to mention some electronic moments.

The musicianship on this album are very good and tight, however i will say the production could be much better. The drums are a bit too soft, as well as the vocals, particularly the clean vocals, But the melodies, and lyrics are well thought out and fitting for the themes in the songs.

Being that this was played, recorded and produced but one guy, is pretty impressive and admirable. This being Curzon's first album is a good sign of things to come assuming future work is going to be improved upon in terms of production quality and song writing abilities.

Overall this is an enjoyable listen and a emotional and thoughtful album. Solid 3.75 stars! Rounded up to 4.

MusicMan29M | 4/5 |

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