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PERPETUUM KARMA

Nexus

 

Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 147 ratings

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downes
5 stars The best Nexus album!!!! Reading the precedent review (a strange review.....very ciclotimic....some jealous, sorry) I think that Nexus is more popular in Europe due to some argentineans fans attitude, but, well..... In these album the guitars of Carlos Lucena are supreme!!!!! Always. The keyboardist Lalo Huber is one of the best players actually, and the drummer Luis Nakamura sounds very creative and powerfull (the drumkit is not important, believe me). The bassist is a correct player. The music is fantastic. And Nexus is a "actually" band. A "present" band. Not only a sad memory. The voices are very good for the songs (Please, stop with cry for Mariela, it is enough of Mariela's widows....) and sounds very inspired for me. I don't like the others albums so much, due to female vocals...and now the stuff is perfect, perfect for me. I love the sound in this album. Its a really perfect studio work. People, get the album now. If you are a Prog Metal fan, maybe not a good choice...(?), hehe. The music in Perpetuum Karma is Symphonic Progressive Rock. I'm waiting for a Nexus show at California. I'm waiting for more music of this band. Perpetuum Karma is so far the best Nexus album, and one of the most important of the last 10 years. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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