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THE DEVIL'S HALL OF FAME

Beyond Twilight

 

Progressive Metal

3.80 | 89 ratings

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Asiostygius
4 stars This is a very good album, really a fine example of prog metal. Jorn Lande vocals are amongst the best to date (together with his vocals in ARKīs Burn the Sun album), for me far superior to his last efforts in Masterplan, a power metal band. All musicians play a solid, heavy, dark and terrific sound. Finn Zierler, though the band leader, fortunately plays your keyboards avoiding the so common self indulgent and sometimes cheese approach of other prog metal keyboardists. My favourite songs are 1. Hellfire, 5. Crying, 6. The Devil's Hall of Fame, and 8. Perfect Dark, coincidentally (or not, since I like longer tracks - a prog head bias) most of them are above 7:00. 1. in spite of the spoken start, shines through the slow pace and heavy guitars, by the way the spirit of most tracks. 5. shows superb vocals and instrumental passages, perhaps my fav among the favs. 6. have a simple but powerful duo guitar riff and awesome vocals. 8. again slow pace, heavy guitars and a Ravelīs Bolero like drums in the end. Other tracks are good too, including a short and piano based instrumental (7. Closing the Circle). Really no bad or filler tracks. Surely this album deserves at least one listen by all prog metal fans. **** stars.
Asiostygius | 4/5 |

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