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3.95 | 18 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars The debut album "Donde Renacen Las Horas" by Chilean progrock band ANGULART sounds rather original although I can trace elements from the early Italian progressive rock movement (BANCO, LE ORME, IL BALLETTO DI BRONZO) and the Brasilian bands from the Eighties and Nineties (like LOCH NESS). The CD opens with average progmetal (thunderous rhythm-section and biting guitar) but after a few minutes it starts to become very interesting: many captivating changes of accelaration, surprising breaks and great solos on guitar and keyboards. The band contains good musicians but I'm blown away by the alternating and spectacular sound of senor Poblete on his synthesizers (dazzling runs), piano (swirling play), strings (orchestral), organ (heavy floods) and even accordeon. He gives every song a special flavor, topped by the strong and biting guitarwork. The 10 compositions alternates from heavy, up-tempo and jazzy to bluesy, bombastic and dreamy. ANGULART keeps your attention for the full hour, especially in the highlight Judas, an exciting track, divided into three parts. If you are up to a compelling, varied musical trip and typical Latin-American vocals (an emotional undertone), this sensational debut-CD will please you.
erik neuteboom | 4/5 |


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