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Divinity Destroyed

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2.10 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ascension (1:47)
2. November (4:48)
3. December (5:42)
4. Transubstantiation (2:47)
5. The Sun, The Moon, The Earth, and the Rain (2:06)

Total Time 17:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Tom Ward / Guitars, Vocals
- Mark Ward / Vocals, Guitars
- Rob Proft / Bass
- Dan Leonard / Drums
- Emily Heerema / Keyboards

Releases information

Self-released EP

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by aapatsos
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2 stars Hit and Miss

In this 17min EP Divinity Destroyed show some of their talent; some beautiful melodies built on excellent (though tried before) piano passages and intricate guitar-keyboard riffage which leads to the creation of a mix of progressive metal fairly uncommon to the era. Although references to late 80's Dream Theater are obvious, the music takes a much more unique approach, reminiscent perhaps of Psychotic Waltz's musical paths (minus the obscure and weird twists and turns). ''November'' is a good example of this, trodding on a slow, ballad-like tempo. The insertion of brutal vocals in ''December'' somehow spoils the sequence but the Savatage-like use of the pianos wins several points. The above mixes with some operatic-minded vocals in the vein of Eternity X but the latter have managed to glue things better.

Conclusion is confusion; a rather ''muddy'' result, with a below-par (demo) production quality (guitars remind me of demos by Greek progressive metal bands in the late 80's-early 90's), average vocals and despite some exceptional ideas on guitars and keyboards, the whole package just does not make it worth pursuing; recommend you start your DD journey elsewhere.

2.5 stars

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