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GRITARÉ

Matraz

 

Progressive Metal

4.13 | 71 ratings

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Tylerdurden_5021
5 stars Lovely!What a fine album we have here..Gritare is a great work, a perfect example of prog metal (not so heavy)/symphonic prog combined with a lot of jazz moments. Musically this album is more mature than the previous one and the great change is the lead singer of the band. Beautiful female vocals singing in the band's native language something like spanish or portugese.This element makes the album more ethnic and exotic and more unique.Personally i see this album as a combination of six degrees of inner turbulence 2nd disc and the tracks from the "an evening with John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess". It is prog with a lot of fine piano (mainly) jazz moments and beautiful singing. Recommended for all prog fans even the non metallers.It is sure that you will have a fine listening..Actually 4,5 stars just to respect the cornerstones of progmusic..Well done amigos!!!
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