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Beyond Twilight


Progressive Metal

4.08 | 101 ratings

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5 stars With this brilliant second album, Beyond Twilight proved they were one of the leading band in the progressive metal scene today. Led by Finn Zierler on the keyboards, the band managed a superb follow-up to their great debut. About the album. A great mix of simple metal riffs and extravagant passages. Lots of very catchy melodies, rarely falling into deja vu. Keyboards, mainly piano are certainly most present on this album, as Zierler makes of his instrument the core of each song. Vocals are amazingly fit to this type of music. Very strong by moments and soft when it has to be. Guitars are mainly rythmic, and reflect a clear "keyboardist written" frame. Drums are perfect, great sound, just the right amount of complexity, a fair mix between Mike Portnoy and Neil Peart. Not as progressive as their next, the album still deserves 4,5 stars for being very creative and almost flawless. Considering that the actual score is 4,33 I'm giving it 5 stars. It is a masterpiece.
mono | 5/5 |


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