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New Horizons


Progressive Metal

3.44 | 16 ratings

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3 stars A new entry in prog metal realm, italians New Horizons with debut Inner dislocation, released in 2018 at italian label Revalve. Well, what we have here is the type of prog metal I like to listen constantly, nice changes in tempo, musicianship is more then ok most of the time, nice vocal parts, in the end a winner to my ears. The keyboards are well made, strong and catchy atmospheres, lots of diffrent layers, piano all is here supported by competent and technical passages, specially in drums and guitars department. The pieces are well developed, from mellow parts to more technical and complex, New Horizons done a good job here. Oscar Nini the vocalist, has that perfect tone for this music and integrated quite well in the overall bands sound. Pieces like Born in the future, Inhuman wrath or the excellent instrumental Evolution where absolutely every musician really shining at their respective instruments, the duelings between guitars and keyboards show great potential in this field. All in all a strong release that will pleases most of the prog metal fans out there, I like it from start to finish and aswell very nice art work and booklet. 3.5 stars for sure, for fans of Dream Theater, Andromeda, maybe in places Royal Hunt , Kamelot or Seventh Wonder among others.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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