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Lemur Voice


Progressive Metal

3.37 | 36 ratings

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5 stars This is more than an essential album for me, it is truly among the top prog metal albums I own. Akasha Chronicles, Deep inside, More of nothing, Alone and Prime of Passion are songs that display an immense technicality, sense of rythme and great songwriting. Akasha Chronicles was the song that after a few listens totally rocked me with it's heavy groove. Deep Inside is very beautiful and touching with thought-provoking lyrics. Prime of Passion is just magic, one of a kind song structure and orchestration.

This is NOT a DT clone, they sound totally unique in my ears. Marcel Coenen is a extremely talented guitarist, and he uses his abilities to create not only awesome solos, but also groovy riffs and atmospheric, beautiful passages. The band is as tight as a band can be and shows exceptional synchronization. Gregor van der Loos clean, strong vocals fit very well with the music. This album is a true prog metal gem, I find it way better than Lemur Voice's second album Divided, or Marcel Coenen's Sun Caged album, and they're not bad at all.

For everyone who enjoys heavy guitars occasionally mixed with beautiful clean sections, and most importantly, who likes frequent time changes and well developed interplay between the instruments, this is my No.1 recommendation. This is prog metal as I love it.

Progzilla | 5/5 |


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