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3.57 | 25 ratings

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3 stars Second album with Tita Tani behind the microphone and forth from their career Hidden place from 2003 bring nothing to both to the genre - progressive metal or to their sound overall. Again a fait good album, a perfect balance between progressive metal with power metal elements. The album is up tempo most of the time minus 2 tracks who are more mellow, but the whole thing here is well done, god musicianship. Some pieces like A Day Without the Sun or Heaven stands as the best from here, the rest are ok. The music in places is more complex then usual like on Heaven, great tune, but overall something is missing, to usual stuff. I don't think is their best, I prefere previous one and with the first vocalist Wings of time. I will give 3 stars, a good one but nothing more.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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