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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.78 | 21 ratings

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3 stars It is somewhat complicated the presence of this band here. The criterion of "Prog" the band goes away but in their general content the band is a highlight. "Darkness and Hope" is different from the earlier "The Butterfly Effect (1999)" and its successor "The Antidote (2003). The fact of the band switch without losing its sound quality is a plus. "Darkness and Hope" is very eerie and not have some element of "Prog". Featured on account of the interpretation of "Fernando Ribeiro." "Firewalking" is perhaps the heaviest track on the album. With a sound that reminds one far gothic rock of the 80s and this album brings a melancholy that so far the band had not shown so clearly. As mentioned, the field of "Prog" there is not much emphasis. It is able to be the most accessible album of them but this does not sound like a bad thing. I can not see this album in particular any musician who has been recognized, except perhaps the bassist on that amount to the proposal on behalf of the disc.
Vobiscum | 3/5 |


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