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Crossover Prog

3.97 | 87 ratings

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4 stars Here's a concept album about a dystopian world which describes the way you can perceive the state of the actual world today. The band continues to show the Pink Floyd influence especially with the voice of Phil Burton. The guitar is in the Gilmour style also in some parts and you can hear some Richard Wright spacey keyboards. The music got a cinematic feel going into some different mood with piano and acoustic guitar through some prog metal parts with crunchy of electric guitars. All this music is embellished with classical arrangements and Latin chant. The songs switch from ballads passages to more upbeat parts that are obvious in the last epic song divided into 5 parts "Dystopian Delirium". This album has a nice atmosphere overall and doesn't appear long to get through the whole 70 minutes and will appeal to fans of Pink Floyd and RPWL. 3.6 stars
rdtprog | 4/5 |


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