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AURORA CONSURGENS

Angra

 

Progressive Metal

3.52 | 71 ratings

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April_Ethereal
4 stars Hmmm, most puzzling this album. It sounds like nothing Angra ever produced. Their musical strayed from the epic power sonority of "Temple of Shadows" into a heavier, moodier type of metal. First track brings DT to mind at once...but without the soul and heaviness. The remaining ones are more like old Angra but with this new more "in your face" approach. Edu's voice is a lot more harsh than previous efforts and he sounds very powerful. I would not describe this album as better than the other ones or worse. It's just a new take on the Angra formula and it is welcome. Only drawback : although they try to sound heavier, the mixing of the album somehow sounds too mellow and lacks a bit of punch. An excellent album overall, worthy of the Angra name.
April_Ethereal | 4/5 |

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