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Amogh Symphony


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.29 | 13 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Jamming Jazz 'n' Extreme Metal, that's brutal combination. Of course, intro track (and last song) are completely different from the rest of this album so listener will be shocked even more. I suppose it's a good move when so many bands are doing it this way.

I would be glad to give good rating, but even this is thrilling album and is full of atmospheric pieces (second half of Greenhouse Effect), this album lacks something. Indeed, this is serious grower and with every listen, my thinking about "Abolishing the Obsolete System" improves. Few more and it will become masterpiece.

Ahem, jokes aside, "Amogh Symphony" does very well, bringing what's very important for me - variety. Maybe it's crazy mixture of bunch of different elements that fortunately works in my case. Yeah, I like this record, how it's variable with one uniting genre - good old Tech/Extreme Prog Metal.

4(-), keep on good work.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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