Angra - Holy Land CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

4.05 | 176 ratings

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5 stars In Holy Land, Angra revealed to the world what they were really made of. This is a masterpiece of Neo-Classical Progressive Power/Heavy Metal. The album is a Epic about Brazilian History and culture with visible touches of its folk music. The tracks "Nothing to Say", "Carolina IV", "Holy Land" and " The Shaman" shows it very clearly with brazilian typical instruments, beats and rhythm. André Matos shows a very trained and tuned voice which gives a majestic touch to the music. The track "Make Belive" , which is a beautiful power ballad, together with "Carolina IV" , an epic of 10 minutes, are the highlights of the work. For those who don't think Angra's really progressive, this will surely change you mind and for those who alredy appreciate the work of this excellent band this is essential to your collection.


Benjamin_Breeg | 5/5 |


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