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EPILOG

Änglagård

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 489 ratings

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OpethGuitarist
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4 stars Majestic and dream-like, Epilog will captivate you.

Although I do not like this as much as Hybris, this is indeed still very good. The heavy use of mellotron and the style in which it is used reminds me more of Museo Rosenbach than any other artist. Their is a lot of dissonance here, with many complex passages subdued by softer moments, though Anglagard does well to not over dramatize these mellower, less intense sections. My personal favorite is Höstsejd, an outstanding display of musicianship and songwriting.

The lack of vocals does not bother me, as it gives me a chance to meditate and reflect during the calm moments here. When the music becomes intense it is very exciting and an abundance of thoughts will flow through you. I am a bit saddened by a lack of vision here, but that perhaps might have taken away the overall effect of this album. Regardless, Epliog is excellent modern symphonic prog.

OpethGuitarist | 4/5 |

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