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Citriniti - Between the Music and Latitude CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.21 | 14 ratings

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5 stars Amazing!

As a fusion/prog project this album is simply breathtaking, because It has supreme technicality to it as well as great feeling and athmosphere. The Citriniti bros from Italy make these technical patterns and blazing fast arpeggios sound easy, and when you add one of the best guitarists of Italy in the mix, you have my favorite band. The songs in this album are different in style, because the solos are performed by various guitarists. Songs like: Naked words, Test, Comedown and Ritual are bit jazzy and weird, but rest of the songs: Inferno, Time out, Latitude, Drunk and Invisible sound little like some Tech metal bands like: Spiral Architect and Meshuggah, especially the bass lines. Fabrizio Leos appearance in this album is virtuosic, due his great alt-picking skills and sweep picking techniques. This guitarist is influenced by guitarists like: Vinnie Moore and Steve Lukather, and he plays in a pioneer tech/fusion band.(odd?)

shredhead | 5/5 |


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