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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.56 | 16 ratings

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5 stars The 2008 self titled final release by Citriniti turned a lot of heads with my inner circle of friends. Indeed if you have listened to the previous album entitled Between the music and the latitude, you would seen a stark contrast between the two in many areas. First off the band has definitely gone all out on this album and the overall sheer complexity of the compositions can be very difficult to wrap your head around on the first listen. Its also important to mention that band has now gone a bit more metal in them. But something about the album kept making me wanting to play it over and over, eventually I began to realize what a fantastic album it really is. Make no mistake this is very complex music, but there is much soul and passion in their music. What I really like about this band is there unique sound, I really can't compare them to anything... both of the Citriniti brothers already have a unique sound of there own and add Fabrizio Leo on guitars (a unique voice in his own right) and the end result is a record that really stands out. In the end I will say if you are new to Citriniti try the 2nd album, and then come to this album, however if you love complex (but still tasteful) over the top music... by all means start here! Hopefully its not really their last album!!!
zappafiend | 5/5 |


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