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THE REGAL BASTARD

Nad Sylvan

 

Crossover Prog

3.68 | 38 ratings

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Deadwing
5 stars Very impressive work from NAD SYLVAN. THE REGAL BASTARD is a more mature album than its predecessor, keeping all the memorable melodies and complex compositions with some great instrumental solos.

- I Am the Sea is a beautiful opener, with a catchy chorus and atmospheric verses. It closes with a really beautiful guitar solo.

- Oahu is a fun short early Genesis-like song, again with very good catchy chorus.

- Whoa is a more tradition NAD song, starting with synth line and building up a groove from there.

- The 12 minutes of The Regal Bastard makes it the epic song that it deserves to be, the piano and drums playing is really impressive.

- Things slowdown with Leave Me On These Waters with a final gently guitar solo, creating a really beautiful and relaxing song.

- Honey I'm Home is a final instrumental that closes the album perfectly.

4.5/10

Deadwing | 5/5 |

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