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2.88 | 13 ratings | 1 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Eu Acredito (9:40)
2. Lágrimas (7:46)
3. Homem Vencedor (12:17)
4. Extremo Sentimento (14:02)
5. Hipocrisia (12:54)
6. Sinos da Eternidade (17:42)

Total Time 74:21

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TESIS ARSIS Sinos da Eternidade ratings distribution

(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(38%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(46%)
Good, but non-essential (8%)
Collectors/fans only (8%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Epignosis
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2 stars This is an example of the opposite of eclecticism, as all six tracks sound identical. Personally, when it comes to guitar-oriented instrumentals, I prefer more diversity. Those who enjoy extended guitar solos with bright synthesizer backing will find much to enjoy with this. Those seeking more traditional symphonic progressive rock will not find what they are looking for here.

"Eu Acredito" This opening piece consists primarily of extended guitar work and some celestial sounding keyboard passages.

"Lágrimas" Continuing with the heavy lead guitar and light synthesizer, this adopts a jazzier rhythm.

"Homem Vencedor" Slower and more tranquil, this third piece alternates between two chords for some time before becoming another bedrock for screaming guitar. Near the midway mark, the piece becomes more intense and darker.

"Extremo Sentimento" Faster and weaving through different passages relying on several accents in a given time, this offers a quieter moment in the middle before returning to the rock.

"Hipocrisia" The synthesizer is featured more prominently, this time even taking center stage. By this point, however, the album could use some tonal and stylistic variety.

"Sinos da Eternidade" Initially more anthem-like than anything that has come before, it soon returns to the zone of comfort: Synthesizer-backed electric guitar. By this point, the album has leapt beyond tedium; one is glad the compact disc doesn't venture beyond eighty minutes.

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