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Seventh Station


Progressive Metal

3.19 | 7 ratings

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3 stars 3.5 stars for sure Strong progressive metal from Slovenia, as I like it, technical yet melodic, nice dueligs between guitar and keyboards, all is well performed and above all a very good singer named Davidavi Dolev known also from prog metal band Reign of the Architect, is an aquaring taste but after few spins the voice become a perfect unit with the music. Quite similar with Linear Sphere, that is a good thing, because this type of prog metal has nothing to do with Dream Theater, at least from my view. Very nice one, unfairly unknown and low rated album, really, long pieces with elaborated arrangements as I like it gives from this album named Between Life and Dreams issued in 2016 a very pleasent listen from start to finish. Just to be checked out the excellent 10 plus min Another Dimension of the Sun - strong piece or the superb Morning's Silence, really good from all aspects. So from me easy 3.5 stars, for prog metal fans as I am this is a real treat. Nice artwork..
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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