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Ephel Duath


Experimental/Post Metal

4.15 | 117 ratings

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5 stars Hi guys this one of the greatest progressive-metal album I've ever heard!!! This album is really amazing!!! This is a sort of jazz-metal music, two voices (growl and clean), guitar, bass, drum, drum machine and... trumpet!!!! This album is based on the concept of coulors. The artwork is black & white and the objective of the band is to "play the coulors". I can't give you any reference for the suond of the band you must listen to it!! The first time i've listen to this album I had not yet understood what it can give to me but's a delirium of conflicting human emotions. Metal riffs changes in jazzy licks, trumpet leave for screaming vocals...idefinible but just amazing!! Run to buy it!!!
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