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NUOVE DIMENSIONI

Sezione Frenante

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.77 | 41 ratings

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prog_traveller!!
4 stars Fascinating and mysterious themes presented by the prog atmospheres of the 1970s, all of course making use of today's technologies and excellent production. The 8 tracks (for a total of over 50 minutes) tell us episodes of scientific development and technical growth of humanity - the origins of the universe, space, time - concrete, solidified by the excellent work of guitar, bass , drums and keyboards.

It begins with "Kosmos", an instrumental that delivers the acoustic effects, "L'era di Planck" begins with the psychedelic sound of the keyboard, accompanied by a very interesting vocal performance, but the sounds of the Hammond organ bring strength and new dynamics to this piece.

The whole concept is accompanied by a well-thought-out combination of various styles. The classic sound of Italian progressive rock is of course constantly the main foundation of the album. Excellent riffs and guitar work accompanied by a hammond organ give elements of explosive dynamics, which in my opinion is the central focus of this album. The album is packed into one great whole and in addition to the all ready mentioned , a dose of psychedelia and folk-medieval elements, definitely only adds to the quality.

prog_traveller!! | 4/5 |

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