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Riverside - Anno Domini High Definition CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

4.21 | 1361 ratings

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Isaac Peretz
1 stars Sometimes I truly wonder if I should be reviewing this band. I don't like them at all, so why even bother listening their albums and making reviews for them?

... But then I remember that the point of this site is to gather multiple points of perspective and create an average opinion, or star rating, for the album. And that's why I'm making this review. I might despise this band, but I need to give an explanation to my opinion.

Anyways this album is more or less the same generic progressive metal Riverside has been doing since the beginning of their careers. No surprises, no major turns in their sound, no innovation, just like when they started.

If you're a fan of Riverside: You'll probably like this album! It features the same elements from previous albums such as mellow melodies, forced distorted guitars so that they can call themselves "metal", and an overall lack of innovation.

I just simply don't understand the love for this band. There's nothing wrong if you like them, but to me? They're just disappointing. Not special in any way. Simply generic. One star.

Isaac Peretz | 1/5 |


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