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Organized Chaos


Progressive Metal

3.96 | 17 ratings

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5 stars I must admit that i'm biased toward this band. They first album come as beautiful surprise although sometimes inconsistent it was pleasure to hear metal band that couldn't be more distant from DT clones. And today i listened couple of times their new masterpiece and oh boy, masterpiece it is indead. You can never expect what lies behined next corner of this album but they somehow manage to stay on (somewhat) commercial side of composition. Band succesfuly blend jazz, etno, funk and metal elements and on this album it's please my ears, not finding hard to grasp and comprehend ideas, with explosions of a very heavy and almost djent style gutars over all songs.

Album is beautifully sung by Vladimir Lalić mastermind of this band and perfectly played from musicians with some serious skills. I give high recommendation toward this album. Production is on high level also. I realy like the sound of the bas, it's so rich and warm, with some very weird sound effects.

People who like Pain of Salvation crossbreaded with some serious heavyness don't look any further, this is the real deal. Definitely in my top 10 progressive metal albums this year.

gogyly | 5/5 |


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