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HEAR IN THE NOW FRONTIER

Queensr˙che

 

Progressive Metal

2.45 | 148 ratings

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Equality 7-2521
2 stars Inoffensive Pop Metal.

This album is an excellent example of uninspired musicians turning out an album and the disastrous results that follow. The songwriting is poor and the songs are just not memorable. You'll quickly lose interest while listening and start playing with that search button to see if it will get any better in the future, and unfortunately for the Reich it won't. The band just doesn't have it anymore especially Tate who's voice has aged terribly. It doesn't soar like it used to, or carry the same attitude as before and has become rather one dimensional. Tracks "Sign of the Times" and "sp00L" and interesting but two tracks out of fortune doesn't exactly redeem the album. Die hard fans might find something to enjoy here but casual listeners should stay away.

Equality 7-2521 | 2/5 |

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