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Sieges Even


Progressive Metal

4.21 | 362 ratings

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5 stars All I can say after a first audition of the so awaited release of this album is...WHAT A DISSAPOINTMENT!!! Yes...defnitelly SIEGES EVEN were a major band from the technical point of view!!! Some of the European journalists called the Germans...the WATCHTOWER of European techno-trash...or technical metal!SE in 2005 are...only a shadow of the technical metal that they did in the last...millenium! Unfortunatelly the music sounds so sad and withour major ideas in 2005,a music which was made especially for shocking the fans!All I can say is that the 2005 album is something else!OK...the new singer does fair his job...the musicians know well their instruments...but where ere the technical wizzardries...where are then the compositions ?!?!And there aren't major real songs on he album!All of them sound in the same style...same way?!?! Where are the imagination and the great technical skills from the previous albums?!?!If they wanted to surprise their fans...thet did it at 100%,but it is impossible to make new fans with this kind of music!!!I want to say that if old SIEGES EVEN fans want to hear superbe instrumental music from the former SE members from UNEVEN and SOPHISTICATED cd's,then you have to buy 7 FOR 4!!!And you'll see...SIEGEN EVEN spirit lives on !!! So,it's hard to say if it's a major album of 2005.I can say it's a major dissapointment!!! And I am fan since LIFE CYCLE album...
Ovidiu | 5/5 |


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