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Seven Steps To The Green Door

 

Neo-Prog

3.97 | 255 ratings

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Progrussia
4 stars It's nice to such an obscure band inhabiting the top 50 list here at PA for a while. Seven Steps are one of contemporary prog foremost eclectisists, juggling multiple vocalists and throwing in anything in between metal to soulful soft rock and even rap. If there is anything missing here, it is probably country, but if you want that in the pot as well, turn to the other project that band leader Marek Arnold is involved in, Flaming Row. This, their fourth, is the most ambitious and at the same time the most difficult to digest album. Songs, or, rather, suite-compositions, average 9 minutes in length, hopping between styles and moods seemingly at will, and not always entirely coherently. At full 78 minutes, some trimming could be in order. although fans of the band won't be disappointed.
Progrussia | 4/5 |

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