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HEAR IN THE NOW FRONTIER

Queensr che

 

Progressive Metal

2.46 | 147 ratings

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heavydrum
4 stars come on let's face it: after four albums like "rage for order", "operation:mindcrime", "empire" and "promised land" it was really hard to have another masterpiece. and so also a perfect band as queensryche are could do it to have the less beautiful album of their career just after. and they did but for me this is not the less beaitful, just the one that less fits the term "msterpiece". still a really great album. it wouldn't have had any sense to continue in the same way and so they turned from metal to rock/hard rock and b˛ew out this fantastic disc. i think its only defect is that it's a little too long, but listening to songs as "sign of the times", "you", "some people fly" "the voice inside" or "hit the black" i really think it's not a great defect... and overall i do really forget that when i listen to the absolute masterpiece of the album. incredible geoff in his vocals (but tell me when it hasn't been...), really superlative the guitar and second vocals work of chris, as always excellent the rest of the band. a song that really could be worth the whole album. i cannot hide the fact that i'm a fanatic of queensryche but still i think that this album has not be understood by too many people and have to ask anyone to give it another chance.
heavydrum | 4/5 |

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