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5 stars Transcendent! Outside standard

The typical disk you hear a few times and leave it, hear it again and gradually you discover that it is a rare piece, different, captivating. Admirable and compelling from the musical and emotional standpoint.

When conjugated emotion, melody and progressive musical ability, achieved a masterpiece like this.

The lyrics are intimate and on a spiritual quest, masterfully expressed. Regardless of creed, everyone is looking for answers, the meaning of life.

In the first issue, The Passing Bell, 11 energetic opening minutes, then the song turns into a prayer that begins with a piano that thickens with the rest of the instruments. Amazing! Super guitar work, and throughout the album.

This Final Resting Place, Tower of Silence and And I Wait For My World To End with its outstanding chorus, and masterful instrumental passages, smooth and powerful. The Holy Innocent is a rumble of energy, full of nostalgia.

All That Is ends with some pessimism, and little illusion. In another display of controlled force towards the end.

All musicians make a great contribution, the voice is also appropriate, with a distinctive intonation.

In short, no waste. To Discover and enjoy.

sinslice | 5/5 |


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