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2.44 | 6 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Welcome To The Art Of Simplicity (2:44)
2. Vigil (4:31)
3. A Search For Numb (6:48)
4. From A Frightened Soul (6:19)
5. Iless (5:58)
6. The Last Lust (15:16)
7. Looks From The Mirror (4:28)
8. Nothing (5:03)
9. Asymmetric Act (6:47)

Total Time: 57:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Giorgos Ikosipentakis / vocals
- Matthew Dakoutros / violin
- Elias Nousis / keyboards, tenor saxophone
- Alexandros Papanastasatos / bass
- Nick Miras / drums
- Aris Markogiannakis / guitars

Guest musicans:
- Nikitas Tsiouvelis & Athina Kamariti / additional vocals (6)

Releases information

CD Burning Star (2007)

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ART OF SIMPLICITY Caught In This Iless Storm ratings distribution

(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by apps79
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2 stars Copying a band isn't a ggod thing at all and it isn't progressive for sure...ART OF SIMPLICITY love PAIN OF SALVATION and it is obvious...Couple of tracks of the album-which are not accidentally the best ones, without being something special- could easily be in a PAIN OF SALVATION single or EP,they don't only sound similar with the swedish band,they sound exactly the same...not so original...In the other tracks the band tries to sound more progressive and original,but they lack in terms of composition and vocal arrangements,the second one being the most important problem for the greek bands along with the accent and the production...But there are some highlights too like the last track (excellent instrumental) and the good use of the violin...Recommended for die hard PAIN OF SALVATION fans and someone who wants to broaden his prog metal collection...not my cup of tea...

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3 stars One this is for sure here: These guys listened to a lot of Pain of Salvation before recording this album! The influence of the swedish band in their composition and music styling is easily figured out. Flowing melodies with complex rhythms is one of the things you can see in both. And sometimes ... (read more)

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