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Crimson Sky



3.37 | 19 ratings

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3 stars Crimson Sky is one of the lesser known acts from today prog scene with one album released so far in 2009 named Misunderstood. Well this is the type of crossover prog with some neo elements thrown in that I don't really enjoy much, is vocal oriented and only few instrumental parts. The band take influences from Magenta , specially in vocal department , Holly Thody has an ok voice , but far from the beauty of Christina Booth. Some IQ moments but again far and less enjoyble then the masters. This is quite modern sound, little chaotic in places and without to many pretentious passages. Not a pieces is better then other, maybe the longest and the most engaging one is A Sleep That Burns, has some good keyboards, the rest while are ok nothing really is impressive. Not really very promissing debute from my view but I hope their second one will be much better. Hardly 3 stars for this one.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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