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CONTINUO RENACER

Continuo Renacer

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.02 | 9 ratings

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DeadRightProg
4 stars First of all, I apologize for my limitated english (I'm spanish, nobody's perfect... ;-) )

Well this is my first contribution to this awesome web since I'm affiliated to it. Congratulations to concentrate all our efforts in creating a site of that characteristics.

This album remembers me Atheist's "Unquestionable Presence" as well as most technician Death albums. It's a great album for a Death metalist type of listener. The band lacks a frontman voice, because they still don't have singer-growler (in that style). In the mix the bass is a little loud, but it's played with many technique that don't mind, it could be said that parforms as the groove maker, in the stiyle of other great bass players (John DeFarfalla reminds me at that time) while guitars syncopates well with the rythmic base created. The drummer fit well with the typically-prog syncopation founded here, in spite of the little rhythm desviations.

Perhaps the overall sound lacks a little bit maturity. The mix it's not bad but it's noticed that lacks production. For being the first demo of a band of that class it's quite good. I'm waiting to listen the promising future they have. Congratulations, go this way!!

Submitted by Álvaro "Iron" Rodríguez.

In conclusion: 4/5 stars, nice start for a beginner band IMO. Good luck to all of you.

DeadRightProg | 4/5 |

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