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Storm Corrosion


Eclectic Prog

3.79 | 468 ratings

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3 stars Ok Steven nowadays is the most prolific composer in the progressive (or post progressive) panorama. Quantity is the worst enemy of quality? Not always. But often, expecially in collaboration with other artists it's impossible to do the best you can do, when in a year you come out with 3 or 4 different projects and remaster and remix 5 or 6 masterpieces of progmusic while you are also touring for supporting you own project with an important band playing in a lot of cities in the world. In my opinion Steven gives his best combining typical 'templates' of prog with rock riffs. This work with opeth frontman, seem to be lacking of energy and the result is that is too flat and homogeneous (and this is a real surprise to my expectations of a pure rack metal disk - it would be an even worse for my taste) Obviously is a Steve Wilson works and worth the value of our money, but nothing to do with his grace for drawing staff. The starting acts are very interesting and they push to think that is another Steven good work, but the second disk (I listened to the vinyl edition) does not keep its promises and sometimes seems to be also too ambitous and do not reaches the good level of 'drag roses' and the title track. For Steven funs, don't miss it. For prog lovers, spend your money for grace for drawing ... Bargilla62 2012
Bargilla62 | 3/5 |


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