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Catafalchi Del Cyber



3.71 | 17 ratings

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3 stars Catafalchi Del Cyber is a young progressive rock band from Italy who just released their first album last year 2011 named very strange Benediktus Und Vobis Quoque, Catafalcus Est Tu. In the line up is present an important fugure from prog zone from Italy - Cristiano Roversi known for his contribution to bands such as Moongarden, Mangalla Valis and others, he is responsable for keyboards arrangements here. So, I after I purchase for the first time this release I said to myself that this band incorporates to much of everything, here can be heared influences from King Crimson, avant prog moments, atmospheric passges, eclectic most of the time sounds to me and not a trace of neo here. In the end the result is not band, but something is missing in overall sound, little to moder in aproch in places. Anyway the first 3 tracks, E Adesso Facciamo i Soldi almost heavy prog, nice guitar here, Dark Deglutation or Benediktus are the best from the album, good mellotron and good guitars, the voice sung in english almost done nothing for me, Mirco Ravenoldi voice is ok, but far from intrsting. So, this is an ok album in present prog rock scene, but I don't think is quite excellent in manner of composing, is only good and nothing more. Strange cover art for sure like the title of the album.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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