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Fair To Midland


Crossover Prog

3.61 | 61 ratings

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3 stars The fourth album from this US band is an unexpected meeting.

Jumping out of the speakers like some angry wasps, this album takes no prisoners. The sound is a mix of neo metal with some really waspish angry guitars which has been teamed up in a wall of sound and some more gentle pastoral rock. This is the sound of the post millenium, hard rock style. This is a really hard album and metallic.

The guys does a very good job on their instruments and the vocals are good. The sound is good too. Everything here is good, except from the the lack of some really great tracks here. This album does not really takes off. It just walks around on the tarmac and does some pirouettes. Which is good. Those more into neo hard metallic rock anno post millenium will find this more worthwhile than I do. It is still a good album though in my estimation.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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