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Torman Maxt


Progressive Metal

2.61 | 7 ratings

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3 stars Torman Maxt is back again with their second album.

This time with a blend of Dream Theater, Black Sabbath, Rush and Led Zeppelin..... someone says. And that is pretty close to the truth. But add some heavy King's X influences, post rock too and a slab of AOR. It is obvious that the band has learnt from the many mistakes they made on the debut album. Most of the instrumentation errors has been fixed here. The vocals are still there though and they are tiresome and almost painful at places. A bit more integration with the rest of the sound has helped to fix the worst vocal excesses.

The music is pretty good throughout this album. The music are guitar based throughout and the guitars has improved by many country miles. My gripes with this album is the vocals (again !!) and the lack of really memorable songs and a lot of wishy washy sameness. But this is still a good album which the band should be happy with. It is still a free download so check it out yourself.

3 stars (barely and under doubt)

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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