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FETISH

Seven Steps To The Green Door

 

Neo-Prog

3.97 | 255 ratings

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Stefan_lu
5 stars Well, I know the band for years now. When I first got their (second) album "step into my world", I ?only" was primary surprised about the variety of styles and instruments. Concept album "The ? Book" back in 2011 earned perfect scores ? so I bought the album and I remember when I was sitting in front of my speakers stunned and speechless. Brilliant album. What could be next? So I preordered new album, got it 2 weeks before official release. To be honest, I needed these additional 2 weeks. Its a worthy successor, but will need some time to be discovered. You should invest this time! Then you will see: the band is grown up, but still seems to burst out of constructiveness and creativity, always with a wink and full of ideas and musicality. Just have a look to the longest track "ordinary maniac" of 16 minutes: theres a long acoustic ballad intro, some prog metal influences, brilliant polyrhythmical parts, a heavy rock ending with lots of amazing solos, so many different voices that fit into another... and some melodies you would kill for. I ( not only ) love this track! The production is clear and powerful. Brilliant album, great band!

Stefan_lu | 5/5 |

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