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Eris Pluvia


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.60 | 75 ratings

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3 stars After almsot 20 years break Eris Pluvia manage to release a second album named Third eye light in 2010 issued by AMS records. As is known in prog circles after Eris Pluvia disbanding in 1992 two of the original mebers Alessandro Serri and Edmundo Romano formed The Ancient Veil another prog band from mid 90's who remains totaly unknown to larger public and with one album released. Aswell few guests who apper on their first album Romano and Valerie Caucino formed in 2000 Narrow Pass, an italian prog band but with minor succes to the public despite the very good two albums offered since now. With the new Eris Pluvia release only 3 of the original members remain optaing for having again guests. The new album to me is less intresting then on Rings of early light in every aspect. Even is well played and has same symphonic meets folkish atmosphere as on previous album, the overall arrangements fail to impress me very much, but I can surely appreciated the positive feed back this album offers after some spins. All pieces as same level, not one is in front, very nice booklet and paintings. So, to me a good come back by the band with this release, but is only ok, they don't break any grounds. Is almost one year (3 august 2011) since the founding memeber of Eris Pluvia , keyboardist Paolo Raici left this world to found peace in a more greener world where he can find his old time musical mates.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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