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SEVEN WIDOWS

Believe

 

Neo-Prog

4.07 | 155 ratings

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Fenris
1 stars Seven Widows by Believe is another example of rock bridging into several musical styles, but who in my opinion never is progressive rock. The production and song structure, especially on the vocal verses, are very similar to pop music, even if it's spiced up with elements from heavy rock, folk, grunge or classic progressive rock. Sometimes it actually sounds like a mix between Nickelback, a modern sounding Steve Hackett, Norwegian band Seigmen and some emo band from the US. Very, very peculiar if this ends up as the best progressive rock release of 2017. I also find that a lot of the songs sound very similar, in terms of how they are executed and how they are constructed. With a somewhat flat and commercial sounding production, I really can't understand this high ranking when there's so much more adventurous music around.
Fenris | 1/5 |

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