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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Life Inside (4:14)
2. Undead (4:42)
3. Draining My Heart (5:45)
4. Shadowmaker (4:48)
5. The Choice (5:53)
6. In Company Of Silence (4:28)
7. Secrets In The Mirror (6:15)
8. Silent Screams (5:06)
9. Pull The Trigger (3:55)
10. Prison Without Walls (10:32)

Total time 55:38


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Line-up / Musicians

- Ricardo DeStefano / vocals
- Thiago Larenttes / guitars
- Cau? Leit?o / guitars
- Yuri Boyadjian / bass
- Daniel de S? / drums

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Full length, released by Hellion Records, 2010.

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Review by ProgShine
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4 stars Andragonia is a Prog Metal Brazilian band which I was very much into in the beginning of their career. I even went to the release party of their first record Secrets In The Mirror (2010). By the time they had released their second album, Memories (2012), I was a bit away.

Anadragonia's music in Secrets In The Mirror (2010) follows the path of bands like Symphony X and Dream Theater. In fact, Symphonic X is a very good name to compare them with. Usually they play a very heavy Prog Metal with high pitch vocals like in the tracks 'Undead', 'Shadowmaker', 'Secrets In The Mirror' and 'Pull The Trigger'.

Somestimes their sound is a bit more Hard Rock with big choruses like in 'Draining My Heart'. Or the acoustic moments of 'The Choice' and 'In Company Of Silence'. Tracks like 'Silent Screams' has Thrash Metal moments and 'Prison Without Walls is pretty much a simple ballad.

The production is quite good, especially for a debut album. It is so probably because Daniel De Sá (drums) and Thiago Larenttes (guitars) are the producers and they work as producers profissionaly. Also they own the studio where the album was recorded. But the album has some flaws like in the vocals on 'Life Inside' and the excessive low ending in 'The Choice'.

Secretis In The Mirror (2010) is quite a good Prog Metal album and also quite aggressive (maybe because they have 2 guitar players and no keyboards). Though in their second album, Memories (2012), they went more Metal and less Prog (read my review here on the website).

Key tracks: Undead & Secrets In The Mirror

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