Goblin - Suspiria CD (album) cover




Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.63 | 104 ratings

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4 stars Goblin's scariest album - which makes this one of the most horrifying album in prog rock - Suspiria mixes more traditional Goblin tracks with terrifying, almost Zeuhlish elements which at points resemble Univers Zero's experiments on Heresie. Pulsing synthesisers lash out, accusatory whispers and tortured screams echo forth, and songs shift from brooding mood pieces into energetic symphonic prog attacks. The best track is probably the opening track, in which demonic voices sing along to gentle, almost carefree backing before at the three minute mark the synthesisers and full band kick in and things go completely nuts. At times hinting at the chamber rock of the likes of Art Zoyd, at other points recapturing the spirit of Profondo Rosso or Roller, Suspiria is quintessential Goblin through and through.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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