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ROOM V

Shadow Gallery

 

Progressive Metal

4.11 | 345 ratings

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huynhthean
5 stars I have to say that this is the first time i listen to Shadow Gallery, and guess what? I totally fell in love with the music, from the beginning to the end. I can't even imagine that there's such a beautiful and brilliant music that keeps me listening day after day without boring or interrupting. Each time i listen to Room V, it brings something new to me, something that worth listening again and again and again. I'm sure all of you would have the same feeling like me.

Just to let you know that I'm a big fan of progressive. I've listened to many prog metal albums of 2005 like: Dream Theater - Octavarium, Riverside - Second Life Syndrome, Redemption - The Fullness Of Time, Pagan's Mind - Enigmatic: Calling, Sieges Even - The Art Of Navigating By The Stars, Opeth - Ghost Reveries, Crytal Ball - Time Walker,... and more... But, in my opinion, Shadow Gallery - Room V is definitely the best of the best. It was such a pity that I hadn't known Shadow Gallery sooner. I'll try to buy other previous albums of Shadow Gallery then.

This album has brought me to a new horizon of progressive music, a place full of emotions and timelessly melodies.

huynhthean | 5/5 |

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