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Delusion Squared


Crossover Prog

3.82 | 43 ratings

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4 stars Delusion Squared is a trio of cross trio from France. Founded in 2009, it has some metallic and eclectic shakes. In simple terms it is a fusion. The first special project was the 2010 "Delusion Squared" with some science fiction elements, and Their team name "Delusion Square" is also appropriate. This year's Anthropocene (meaning "The Human World") is their fourth album (the first three are a trilogy about doomsday, mind control, genetic experiments, nuclear explosion, etc.) and its concept is about the future. Humans, because the resources of our planet are limited, then for humans, is the outcome extinct or something else? The voice of the vocalist can be said to be more charming. Although it is popular but sounds very comfortable, the style of music I feel is like a replica of Porcupine, but it lacks some vintage and classical elements, making it sound modern, smooth and comfortable. It also joins certain electronic Music to predict this sci-fi feeling. The melody is quite beautiful atmosphere, heavy guitar solo improvisation or atmospheric synthesizers are deeply attractive. It sounds pretty good, in my opinion worthy of an evaluation of at least a four-star, may also need to study after the inspection, combined with their first trilogy together, highly recommended!
mitarai_panda | 4/5 |


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