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3.32 | 31 ratings

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4 stars When I first knew about this EP, I thought "OK, another Angra's EP, nothing to expect, not too much!" Well, I was wrong! The first "Freedom Call" introduces a prog-metal climate mixing guitar riffs and clean tones with orquestrations. The second one "Queen of the night" shows ANGRA's unique musical performance using "oriental themes" in a very very prog atmosphere. Reaching horizons is a semi-acoustic ballad that touch our feelings and has a historical value because is the first song composed by ANGRA (on the begging of the band) and was released only in this EP. So, still there´s some guys that insist ANGRA isn't a prog-metal band. Theses first three songs has proved to me the opposite.
| 4/5 |


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