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Native Construct


Progressive Metal

3.72 | 257 ratings

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4 stars In March of this year, Native Construct, an exceedingly talented and promising band formed in the halls of Boston's prestigious Berklee School of Music, announced via their Facebook page that they would be taking an "indefinite" hiatus, predictably, due to economic and financial concerns. And with that, the hope for a second-coming of Dream Theater was put to rest. For the time being, fans of the group are left with 'Quiet World,' the band's sole release in their short-lived existence. Blending elements of musical theater and classic prog with death metal and jazz, never has a progressive metal band released a debut album so chock-full with sophistication, inspiration, and promise. While the album has its flaws (it ends on a lousy breakdown of all things), the catchy melodies, sophisticated development of themes across varying styles and genres, and all-around fun of the album more than make up for them.
ssmarcus | 4/5 |


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