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FATE OF A DREAMER

Ambeon

 

Experimental/Post Metal

3.24 | 74 ratings

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memowakeman
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3 stars This is another Arjen Lucassen´s project, in this album he worked with a Dutch singer called Astrid Van Der Veen, who has a beautiful voice, of course voice is not all in music, but is an important element, and i think in this album her voice is what kept me on it, i think this album is not another Ayreon album, because in all Arjen´s projects we can find a bit of Ayreon sound, this albums is pretty nice because the voice and music has a lot of emotion, is not an strong prog metal album, because i found it a bit electronic, with weird sounds and great guitars and synths,so we could call it light metal, of course it is not a masterpiece, but i think it is a great addition for Arjen´s lovers and prog metal lovers, the music is also very good, but i have to be honest, the voice is simply beautiful , the main fact in the album! I didnt know this album until a friend gave to me an Ayreon MP3, then i listened to Ambeon, one, two, three times, and everytime i enjoyed it, i am not the biggest metal fan, but i do like Arjen´s projects, this is very nice but not the best, 3 stars is a fair grade.
memowakeman | 3/5 |

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