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10,000 DAYS



Experimental/Post Metal

3.85 | 859 ratings

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5 stars Sorry if I will be too offensive, but this is simply victory of music and progressive rock over all those thrash-like american music of an alternative rock scene of present day! This is how music should be made: not for money, not for popularity, not for sucking fans, but simply because of music itself. In progressive rock view this is the best Tool album by now, the most complex and most emotive, the finest piece. Grandious just like their album ten years ago, this one shows new horizons, new progress, creativity at its peak. There is no progressive metal band of today that could be even close to Tool. The most of bands cited as progressive metal are power metal, melodic death metal, or heavy metal bands, not even close to progressive rock genre. Some prog metal giants like Dream Theater, Symphony X and others got tired, they have just been stucked into blank space, with no new ideas. Probably the best progressive metal band could have been Rush, IF they didn't make all those rubbish (read this as weak) pop rock albums in eighties and nineties. It is just great thing that Tool make music for so long time, I know reason now. Guitarist in Tool is just the most unique in today's rock music, he managed to build very interesting and excelent sound. Simply the master! And vocals here are beautiful, nobody can sing like him. Bass is extremely rocking! I almost forgot virtuosic drummer...
nisandzic | 5/5 |


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