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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.25 | 1453 ratings

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5 stars Without a doubt some progressive Swedish this at a golden time, are symphonic bands, neon, RIO, Avant, metaleros, without a doubt something considerable for a so small country, great part of this clear this in the elaborated diffusion more and we are honest to that they are good, in this occasion was desired to me to know OPETH, I must say that in many occasions ground not to let to me influence by the paginas Web, but is that in each place that visited it appeared this band like one of the best ones within the average progressive metal, but something that I take to listen this band is that it said that was a band is denomination Death Progressive Metal, that without a doubt often already turns out annoying to classify to the bands, but in this occasion I create I are mistaken, that many will not be according to my classification but by the sounds and the variants I would only place it like Progressive Metal, without a doubt what but she enjoys is those change of being able, smooth and energetic, sometimes both, but in if I am very a well obtained mixture, in the metalero aspect are good but in the calm aspect I create are better. This disc is exquisite so that those changes are so radical that they bring to you of above underneath a way that does not embarrass to you rather or if, the fact is that this disc first that I know the grouping, in general it is a very good disc more than what could think of this band that borders that there are good music and musicians in Sweden, clear that they appear in this album two Latin names, is a disc full of dark details produced very well and with a disc recorded in HDCD, the personal esteem much the recordings of high fidelity, that all the bands cannot have it by production cost and the standards that are due to cover but would please me that all the bands recorded in this format, the sound is the same one of a metalera band, but with the difference of this it is that it has passages and well obtained very sober tonalities and, very recommendable if you are not of which they hate to the Death Metal.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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