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3.61 | 169 ratings

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4 stars This it is the project in solitaire of the bear of THE FLOWER KINGS, in truth this is a disc in which I create the bear puts all the influences and tastes, but who Aryan it to the aim of accounts is not something own, for this work she takes ideas from TIME REQUIEM for the beginning of this that is narrated under an adorned space atmosphere with agreed ones of the low one, following with an excellent subject that sounds to much to THE FLOWER KINGS thing that does not surprise to me in the minimum since 5 of them including clear Jonas REINGOLD participate, an album very moved with rates more directed to a virtuosity but without losing aesthetic, in spite of being a disc project of the bear in the second track that gives name to the disc, I notice much the influence of Ronie STOLT but also the hand of Takings BODIN and the remarkable interpretation of Zoltan CZÖRZ, without being a this deception show a tone to me of the fabulous disc "Unfold The Future", in the part of the saga "Evil", by this same one, accompany this disc many and numerable references nonsingle the one of THE FLOWER KINGS, more inwards of the CD we can observe that the tonalities that it wants to show they notice to each step and in which we can listen another metalero group but, jazz, electronic and until a piece of Bach is listened to interpreted low, in the group is listened to a good disc many dirian that recommended for the followers of THE FLOWER KINGS, but that is not certain is a good disc with symphonic, metaleros sounds, space jazz, art and, is not a simple work more, if one beautiful one.
Shelket | 4/5 |


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