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A BRAND NEW DAY

Akashic

 

Progressive Metal

4.07 | 6 ratings

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Benjamin_Breeg
4 stars If you want to find another prog masterpiece to worship everyday before sleeping, i suggest you to not get into Akashic. But if you want to listen to a music that sounds very pleasant to your ears, this is what you're looking for. Akashic is a new revelation in brazilian metal scene, that captured me in the first try. The musicianship is very good, and there isn't virtuosity abuses that can make the stuff boring at some points. Its very direct music, without intros, huge solos, and progressive suites(the longest track is about 7 minutes). The music has feeling and catchy choruses, although it doesn't sound not even a bit like pop music. The lyrics explore the fields of love, relationships and problems of the modern life.

I can't classify this as a Prog Masterpiece because it is really not, but i truly recommend this album and this band. I really believe that this band can reach the progressive mainstream if it keeps evolving along the years.

8/10

Benjamin_Breeg | 4/5 |

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