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Kharma Code


Progressive Metal

3.35 | 7 ratings

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3 stars 3.5 stars for sure

Kharma Code, this totally unknown and gone under the radar progressive rock/metal band from Spain, released a quite solid and full of intresting arrangements on their sole album released in 2011 named Secret indoors. This is quite strange that this album gone unnoticed in prog circles, this is very well worth hearing progressive metal bordering progressive rock, with epic passages, instrumental duelings evoking the best of Dream Theater, Shadow Gallery, Neal Morse, etc. The vocalist David Ordás is quite good, delivering some fine melodic lines and fiting perfect into overall music. There is only 4 pieces here, is infact an EP, but pieces are long with the highlight clocking around 18 min, a pure delight for prog listners, like the rest of the 3 pieces. I was very pleasent surprised by this album, even the influences are evident, the instrumental parts and vocal passages are good and very well played, intresting art work aswell. All in all is sad that such good towards great album remaining in the shadow of other names in the genre even the whole package is above many albums with name. Far fans of Empty Tremor, Dream Theater (the'90s period), Hydrotoxin, and bands mentioned above, melodic prog metal with top musicianship. Well woth having.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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