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4.04 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. New Millenium Babylon (4:32)
2. Narrow (4:38)
3. Death Kiss (4:52)
4. Insanity (part 1) (6:49)
5. Insanity (part 2) (10:59)
6. Divine Light (7:22)
7. New Millenium Babylon (extended version) (8:28)

Total Time 47:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Emmanuel Zografakis / guitars
- Antreas Anastopoulos / bass
- Panagiotis Mavrakis / drums
- Stelios Kanitsakis / keyboards
- Dimitris Skourtis / vocals

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SOUNDGEIST The Fine Line Between ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(75%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars A charming debut by this Greek outfit, with their easily digestible and highly atmospheric blend of space-tinged hard rock and progressive metal.

From the opening numbers Ozric Dream Theater Tentacles antics to the repetition of this effort ending this disc - now with 4 minutes of fusion-tinged soloing added in - slow to midpaced tracks with the distinct vocals of Dimitris dominate the proceedings. Charming is a keyword though, and everyone will not be swayed by the mix of peculiar, throaty lead vocals and swirling mood-filled instrument passages in relatively simplistic compositions.

Most of the tracks sound a bit like Dream Theater blended with late 70's Pink Floyd, with an emphasis on atmospheric passages but a foundation closer to prog metal than prog rock. Mix and production is a tad on the primitive side, slightly unbalanced and rough, and those fond of instrumental virtuosity may not find this effort too enticing. Those who fancy mood-filled instrumental themes and manage to get accustomed to the lead vocals should find this album to be an enjoyable experience.

A strong album, but most likely for a limited audience.

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