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Moria Falls



3.86 | 36 ratings

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5 stars The best album i've hear in the '90!!! This band deliver an excellent example of good neoprog, the style remember me Pink Flyod for the guitar style and Clepsydra or Marillion in his romantic moments for the dynamism of the compositions.

This album is very crafted with a perfect balance between mellow and relaxing moments and much strong and pulsing passages fully of tension in the same track. The quality of the melodic content is very high, and the production is really shining. The musicanship is superb, and the keyboards riff and solos are really catchying, with brilliant piano and modern synth arrangements that evokes Pendragon in his better moments.

Miff is a very talented singer and his voice is very original....i can't describe his style, he's a teatrical approach, but it's very different from old band from the past and it sounds like the altrock bands of the '90 with much pathos!

Every song is different from each other one, and there are 2 epic track very long like "Waking up screaming" with the Martin Orford flute intro or the "Long Goodbye", with an amazing sax solo in the central part very pleasant to end with the final epic coda in the "Script for Jester tear" or "Fugazi" vein, full of high coloured synths.

High recomended for all neoprog fans and lovers of beautiful music, 5 full star rounded to 6!!!

Aragon | 5/5 |


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