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Diablo Swing Orchestra


Progressive Metal

3.98 | 191 ratings

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4 stars DSO is a group that has an interesting and "hell" story, a very sound alternative and not easily classified as the proposal is to mix elements from several styles, at least show that no prejudice. The musicians master their instruments with leftovers and this is evidenced by the versatility of them. The bases of the band are always heavy guitars mixing element called skacore (first track) and go sliding through acoustic bass with the tango while violins and metals give the sauce into the mix. Ok, I can not leave out the talent of its lead singer who inspired the musicians at the opera suggests inclusion of pieces of classical music as "Swan Lake". Quote everything that goes into this salad music is complicated, because sin can we at some point and leave aside some style! When you think that there will be repetition of something, then comes a Latin rhythm hand percussion added feature of the same region, involving interpretations verging on a musical. as you listen closely, it seems that they spent time with System of Down, that is evident both in riffs as the vocals again. Well, as we're talking about a band "Heavy" we can not perceive influences from bands "Heavy" with amazing vocals and keyboards. What is worth mentioning in the group and the disk in question is that despite such a mix that make the songs sound the same as being "of the album and how the history of their descendants that generation continues to mesmerize with their songs.
nandprogger | 4/5 |


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