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5 stars The new album by Daal, bizarre Italian musical reality, is a monstrously rich album, articulate, complex, iridescent, these the first impressions! "Dodecahedron" , as the title suggests, has 12 twelve acts, twelve soundscapes inspired by Gothic tales written by friends and fans of the band, a synergy of music and literature appropriate and suitable to the spirit of the noble and intellectual of the group . "Dodecahedron" is an instrumental album infused with a multitude of suggestions, atmospheres and nuances that produce inner vibrations, feelings and emotions that only artists can translate into living matter, as is the case for painters, sculptors, and also musicians. Progressive music mixed in with large brackets folk, psychedelic and ambient with a predilection for melancholy skies, blacks, disturbing, sinister, mysterious although never distressing or frightening. Daal don't want to impress you with easy emotions, always seek the most difficult, subtle, cathartic, then to blow up all the anxiety of those who listen, and intimidated at the same time lulled by the sound of stories, deep and visionary as the outcomes of a night, at the base of absinthe and gothic spiers. An album that is the antithesis of banality.
tatoosha | 5/5 |


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