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TIME LOST

Enchant

 

Heavy Prog

3.69 | 115 ratings

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The Crow
Prog Reviewer
3 stars Third full length album by the heavy prog act Enchant!

Time Lost consists in four new tracks plus three unreleased three compositions, produced by the guitarist Douglas A. Ott.

And maybe that's the main reason that this album sounds like a mixture of their first and second efforts, because the different band stages when it was composed. So the more heavy and straightforward guitars in the vein of Wounded are mixed with some symphonic and neo-prog elements typical of the first band's release.

But maybe for this reason, this album is also a bit more dynamic and not so repetitive like Wounded. And despite it does not reach the quality of A Blueprint of the World, it's also worthy of the attention of 90's heavy prog fans mainly because the awesome vocals of Ted Leonard and the excellent guitar work of Douglas A. Ott.

Best Tracks: Under the Sun, Foundations and Mettle Man.

Conclusion: despite having been composed in different sessions and times, Time Lost is a cohesive record with a pair of very fine songs and a solid work of the whole band, especially the splendid (but a bit repetitive to be honest) Ted Leonard and the colourful riffs of Douglas A. Ott.

My rating: ***

The Crow | 3/5 |

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