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ROAD SALT ONE

Pain Of Salvation

 

Progressive Metal

3.33 | 477 ratings

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Macubert
5 stars Here is it; the way that Daniel Gildenlow wanted to tell us that he is just a genius, a musician who won't stop create unique and progressive ideas for the music of Pain Of Salvation. First, he show us that he knows, very well, the way to make progressive metal masterpieces and his own style, based on some of the greatest musicians in the progressive world. And then, he show us that his ideas don't stop in this kind of music; but he know, very well, how to make original rock ideas, sounds so new and unique. That's the magic of this band.

I have to say that this album, has many different ideas that POS let them be together so beautifully; blues and rock are the main character of the album. In this album, you can find, Queen, Beatles, Foo Fighters, and so many other bands. And that's because the way that they compose and produced the album is so 70s. Also, you can find moments that makes you remember the Be and Scarsick albums.

5 stars, because this is just a unique progressive rock work that we can't compare with everything else. Is just a masterpiece of progressive rock music. (Find the edition with the extended and bonus tracks. There is the real magic.)

Macubert | 5/5 |

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