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A Triggering Myth


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.36 | 21 ratings

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3 stars A really original band that suffers no comparison, except maybe in their approach that one needs to be accustomed with before entering the puzzle drawn from their unique composition skills. Still, the very midi sounding arrangements that builds up the whole atmosphere of this album can represent an obstacle, as it is to me. But in the end, repeated listening do help to go beyond that poor esthetic point of view only. Besides, Alessandro Bonetti, Deus Ex Machina's violonist, gives warmth and depth to the few songs in wich he plays. I'm personally less convinced by Alberto Piras' gymnastics - but that's part of the Deus Ex Machina controversy. "The Sins Of Our Saviours" is indeed a very demanding album, but if i can measure and appreciate both the strong personality and the hard work of Tim Drumheller and Rick Eddy, i'm just confused at not being touched "that" much by their music.
progmonster | 3/5 |


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