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ZARATHUSTRA

Museo Rosenbach

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.29 | 519 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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5 stars It's like this band was made for me. The ever-present mellotron and organ, combined with rough but excellent vocals, and they are all arranged perfectly. This album cries out "Classic !"

The tone is set on the first song "l'ultimo Uomo". Soft vocals signal to your curiousity, and before you can prepare yourself you are sent sprawling by crushing riffs. "Il Re Di Ieri" starts eerily, again the soft vocals come in but this time your prepared for the avalanche of the organ and drums. The vocals here are sensational and this is one of my favourite parts of the record.

The short "Superuomo" is a wondrous instrumental with some great drum work. "Il Tempio Delle Clessidre" is similar to "Superuomo" only longer and better. Outstanding ! "Degli Uomini" has a similar eerie start to it as "Il Re Di Ieri" as some very good guitar and vocals come in, heck everybody is going at it and then there is a quiet interlude. When the vocals come back gently you would think Peter Gabriel is making an appearance. Check out the way these guys play together on the instrumental "Della Natura", mind-numbing ! The last song puts the spotlight right on the vocalist and let's just say the spotlight isn't really needed.

Masterpiece !

Mellotron Storm | 5/5 |

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