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Symphonic Prog

3.12 | 14 ratings

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5 stars Already in the first audition of this disk I was right that it is treated of an indispensable item in any progressive collection (mainly if you are a lover of Symphonic-Prog and of Folk-Prog). Clearly influenced by icons of the progressive movement of the seventies, such as, GENTLE GIANT, YES, GRYPHON & ENGLAND, or still, for those that like a more recent reference his sound reminds me another American band called ADVENT. The American band INFINITY presents a work rich in the vocal and instrumental melodies and arrangements , mixing moments of aggressiveness with others of calm and serenity, bringing in t his work aggressive and distorted guitars , with keyboards synthesizing vibraphones , syncopated rhythms mixed with martial rhythms, beautiful vocas l, sometimes all this in a single track (as in the case of the track 1 "Chester"). I cannot detach any track, because the disk is fantastic from the beginning to the end. If you still don't know, accept my advice, don't waste more time. My rate is 5 stars, without trace of doubt!!!
maryes | 5/5 |


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