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Experimental/Post Metal

3.96 | 273 ratings

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4 stars Disc project that apparently already approaches its successor, headed by Jim Matheos and Kevin Moore with their friend Micke Portnoy, comprises of OSI, without a doubt some tuene a sound strongly influenced by Kevin that without you doubt some volume the reins of this project, according to the following one will be of Matheos, this very well which they have an idea, since therefore brilliant one would listen to a disc of Portnoy in serious OSI III that since I have listened Portnoy with TransAtlantic, Neal Morse and OSI, but never like a good serious absolute leader that clear one if it were reality since at this moment I am digressing. The OSI disc in addition has two guests are Are Malone de Guardian Know and Steven Wilson de Porpuse Tree, in truth is a very good disc, with sounds that regularly could not be considered like metal but own of the progressive one, music can be powerful and with a sound and very hard accelerated, at the moment to happen to the traveled transporter and, clear this that one of its influences is Pink Floyd, track more impressive to my taste is the 8 Dirt From To Holy Place, very impressive sounds very well highly recommendable.
Shelket | 4/5 |


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