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VOYAGE

Erasmus

 

Neo-Prog

3.24 | 17 ratings

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Aragon
2 stars What? Pink Floyd, Iq, Cyan like melodies? Where are all these? No guys i don't find nothing of these influencies here. This shouldn't stay in neoprog category because it's hard prog, almost prog metal. The neoprog elements are still present but not much. You can hear echos of Enchant for the style of singer and even for the guitars. The songs begin always in the same manner with a nice spacey keys in background, but after 2 minutes the heavy and distort guitar ruins these spacey moments and the album became very repetitive. The singer isn't my cup of tea, with this i don't want say he's bad, but don't catch my attention. He hasn't that teatrical approach im used to listen in neo/symphonic bands. I can't recomend it to everyone, but just to lover of heavy prog.
Aragon | 2/5 |

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