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THE SACRILEGE OF FATAL ARMS

Devil Doll

 

Heavy Prog

3.76 | 61 ratings

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Renkls
5 stars Unlike Sacrilegium, this piece has taken the time (79 minutes worth) to develop into a far more refined and realised work. It remains their masterpiece in my eyes, that they managed to develop the theme into a much more passionate vision only reinforces that. As with all Devil Doll releases, it should not be entered into without preparation. Like having nearly 80 minutes to sit and immerse in the atmosphere that the composition weaves. Because of its length, it makes it a challenging listen, but despite the pretentious construction it pays off, due to its design it truly constitutes an epic and well focused piece, and a true highlight of obscure 1990s progressive music. It should be noted that it contains a short silence after 69 minutes hiding a hidden conclusive ending, but due to the short period of silence, the 5 stars stand.
Renkls | 5/5 |

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