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4.02 | 99 ratings | 7 reviews | 30% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro (2:06)
2. Confession (6:37)
3. Hope (8:53)
4. Last Breath (4:23)
5. Seven Sins (11:23)
6. Fade Away (4:43)
7. All My Fears (5:12)
8. My Inner War (8:33)

Total Time 50:30

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Line-up / Musicians

- Malek Ben Arbia / guitar
- Elyes Bouchoucha / keyboards,vocals
- Zaher Zorgati / vocals
- Anis Jouini / bass
- Saif Ouhibi / drums

Releases information

CD Brennus Music (2007)

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4.02
(99 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(30%)
30%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(39%)
39%
Good, but non-essential (23%)
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Review by b_olariu
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars Myrath is a young progressive metal band , surprise surprise from Tunisia, a country with no background in prog music or any kind of rock music in general. Very talented and full of energy this Myrath is an extremly pleasent surprise for me and I think to many prog metal listners. Taken their influences from Symphony X and in places from Adagio (Kevin Codfert the keyboard player of Adagio is their sound engineer and producer) both instrumental passages and the vocal parts, this tunisian band manage to create something realy great in this field. Not necesarly original , but very well played with lot great interplays between guitar in keys, the cherry on the cake here, but aswell the vocalist Zaher Zorgati and the drumer did a great job, showing that even in countries with no history in prog music can appear great band full of talent and imagination. Almost every piece is uptempo with great time signatures, great chops on guitar and very speedy and well executed key passages - not far from their idols Symphony X. The best pieces are Confession with some arabian flavours added in their prog metal roots - nice and chachy tune and the titled track Hope another example of good and well playd progressive metal . The rest are good but these two mentioned are the best. So I will give 4 stars, anyway to me is not a masterpiece for sure, but a very good album that worth investigate if you are a fan of progressive metal. The younger bands might take close listen to this band they will have a lot to learn for sure.

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Posted Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Review by jampa17
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4 stars Middle East extravaganza

One friend of mine introduced me to this band because of my love for Prog Metal. He was convinced that I should give them a try. At first, thinking about a fusion between prog metal and Middle East folk music didn't sound that promising, but well, glad I'm wrong about it. I have to say, this friend was the one that introduced me to Flametal, which was a complete bad experience to me, so I really get to this band expecting that craziness and miss direction. Lucky I was wrong.

This is not just prog metal, it's one of the heaviest bands in prog metal. Their heavy riffing and the double bass drum leading the music into a very dynamic and constant change of time signatures are great but sometimes it felt like too much. I guess is about to let the songs grow on it's own pace and that's it. The folk traditional fusion is very interesting and the keyboards are fundamental for giving this music a complete new level of style. SYMPHONY X has it's blueprint over this band, and the style of the singer is very close to Russell Allen style. The quality of the musicians and the songwriting is nothing but impressive, but sometimes sounds too generic, now that there are so many of this kind of bands out there.

Now, don't be fooled, when they are exploring into the folk fusion their get really experimental and original and it worth the listen. It's a little heavier than what someone could expect, but it's very in the route of what they want to project. This is ideal for metalheads, but anyone who appreciates fusion music can really dig into this.

At the end, there are little catchy choruses or melodies here and there that helps to bear this album through. It's a short material of "only" 50 minutes, so the dosis of music is good enough to leave you asking for more. I don't point at any highlights as this album should be heard as a complete piece, not because is conceptual but because is very complete in the musicianship. 4 stars for a great album. Prog Metal original and fresh. Give it a try.

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Posted Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Review by Warthur
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4 stars Review Myrath and the temptation to compare them to Symphony X is overwhelming, and this is particularly the case on their debut album. Playing down the influence of traditional Middle Eastern music on their sound a little in order to demonstrate that they can recapture the Symphony X power-progressive metal sound just as effectively as anyone, Hope might not be as strikingly original as later albums like Tales of the Sands, but it does demonstrate that even early on Myrath had a keen command of their chosen musical style. Yes, Symphony X listeners may find it very familiar, but I don't think it ever becomes outright derivative, with Myrath coming up with ingenious wrinkles to the Symphony X sound that the Symph-Xers themselves haven't cottoned to.

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4 stars The debut album from this band from Tunisia proved that in the brave new world, great bands can emerge from the nooks and crannies of previously unthinkable places where little attention had been paid to before. MYRATH not only emerged from an unexpected country with no history of prog nor metal ... (read more)

Report this review (#1080135) | Posted by siLLy puPPy | Friday, November 22, 2013 | Review Permanlink

4 stars I discovered this exotic band from Tunisia with a song from their second album last year on a sampler included in the normally pretty weak British Metal Hammer magazine but I forgot to check them out. With the release of their new third record, I remembered this talented band and decided to take ... (read more)

Report this review (#808885) | Posted by kluseba | Thursday, August 23, 2012 | Review Permanlink

5 stars A real surprise. These Tunisian boys, at their debut have achieved a nearly perfect album, imaginative, full of technique and passion. Surely their idols are Symphony X, which you can hear a strong imprint, nevertheless Myrath are truly original. They have been able to include in their music, wi ... (read more)

Report this review (#207534) | Posted by prog61 | Tuesday, March 17, 2009 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Myrath is an awesome new Progressive Metal band. Playing in the style of Symphony X, but being able to add their own flavour to the mix! This album was a real surprise, and all the performances on the this disc are top notch. I recommand you go to their myspace page and take a listen. This ... (read more)

Report this review (#163328) | Posted by Prog_Rocks | Thursday, March 06, 2008 | Review Permanlink

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