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PERPETUUM KARMA

Nexus

 

Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 147 ratings

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romero
5 stars This album is really something serious. The argentineans Nexus have an important horde of followers in Spain from their inclusion in the work Odyssey , the greatest tale, of label Musea and Colossus magazine, fact that origin in that the fans were interested in their previous productions (Detras del umbral, Metanoia and Live At Nearfest 2000). From it, much he has spoken about vocals, and if it were necessary that a lady became position of them, with many different opinions. The certain thing is that Nexus is, at the present time, one of the most important groups of Hispanic speech in rock music (because the load of its music is not single progressive, but that has tons of good rock, always with that so caracteristic and irresistible symphonic approach). Perpetuum Karma indeed demonstrates that Nexus has known to make the things affluent, in this disc the masculine vocals affirm the identity of its music, which continues being populated with images that are given to us without mercy, from madness to calm, from hypnosis to reasoning, altering our states of colossal way. And with class. The music of Perpetuum Karma is fantastic, the keyboards are appropriated our subconscientious one to its taste, between Hammonds, Moogs and Mellotrons, and the guitars, more present in this work for rejoicing of our ears, do not have mercy with our emotions, shake to us in solos loaded of effect wah, put to us in the top and soon leave us floating in a sea of melodic sweetness. The base, in special the work of drummer, demonstrates the good to us that can be interpreted all these sonorous landscapes , doing it to it of luxury in the cuts and breaks by which the music takes them. The lirics I leave myself thinking a long short while. Karma that all we loaded....wow! Advice: Get this album now!!!!. Nexus, once again, indicates the way to us.

Sorry for my english..... From Spain, Alberto Romero.

romero | 5/5 |

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