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Pagan's Mind


Progressive Metal

3.83 | 113 ratings

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4 stars This band of Norway in truth that has given much of which to speak within the forums of progressive rock metal, after to have opened to great bands like SPIRAL ARCHITECT, of the things you damage more and experimental of the progressive metal that in truth had a well-known influence in this band this added to its main influences, DREAM THEATER, AYREON, PAIN OF SALVATION and SPIRAL ARCHITECT, this without a doubt it is a very good work with very powerful sounds with a precision and very remarkable styles. This concept of the members of the band inspired by different people and their works personages like: Erich Von DANIKEN, Albert EINSTEIN and Steven SPIELBERG, so to speak the philosophy, science and the art (in this case science fiction), all this with the ideas that cover to the members of this band, the extraterrestrial life, the divinity of God (in this they talk about in his sexuality), the scientific intelligence acquired by the man that can separate to the same man and with this whole laso of divine connection, made very well this worked in addition is very similar in this context to "BE" of PAIN OF SALVATION, but thus its music this this focused plus aggressive and the virtuous thing. It will not be a work obtained as "BE so well", but who says that no, single that from another concept and point of view, excellent recommendable work, more for those than they please of the progressive metal.
Shelket | 4/5 |


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