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Toxic Smile


Progressive Metal

4.24 | 11 ratings

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3 stars This is Toxic Smile flexing their facial muscles on an EP following a three-year break after their well-received RetroTox Forte album and before the release of I'm Your Savior in 2011. Stylistically this is a typical Toxic Smile accessible mash-up of various harder and softer stuff, maybe less heavy than some other releases. Solitudes Sphere is probably the most interesting track here, packing many lead themes and solos in 7 minutes. Were it arranged heavier, it would make a prog metaller proud. The rest are a take, as another reviewer noted, on the mid-70s Genesis proggy pop. I like Peak of Delight as well, a happy and punchy tune.
Progrussia | 3/5 |


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