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Pain Of Salvation


Progressive Metal

4.23 | 1152 ratings

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4 stars Without a doubt one of the bands that to grown more lately are PAIN OF SALVATION, I have practically not found place in the network where not them name, his completes production "BE" when having a very scandalous concept I believe that these glances were centered more in is Swedish band, without a doubt of best of the moment, the its countrymen who also are good but that they have not given that I jump ANDROMEDA, that I jump due to its darker conceptualismo in addition to than the participation of the members have caused that this band grows much and now but it is recognized that its homologous and compatriots even. Good changing the subject of the disc also knowing the next launching "The Perfect Element Part II" I make a small summary of this disc, this first part narrates the beginning of the conscience and as it is possible to be altered and of how with a good one it guides east way is not so escuro, without a doubt a very good, but obvious metalero disc that "BE", the voice of Daniel GILDENLÖW is simply beautiful and it gives that touch him of the additional dark, this enough one or made the concept, I do not have either to leave of side that obtains a connection between líricas and adapted instrumentation, enough or made, is a work that feels like for second good part that that already this in way, recommendable only if you please of the progressive metal of first order.
Shelket | 4/5 |


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