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INERTIAL FRAMES

Greensleeves

Progressive Metal


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3 stars Brazilian band GREENSLEEVES was formed back in 1993, but in their first few years they didn't release any material and disbanded five years later. Come 2007; the band reunites again, and they have since then released two studio albums. "Inertial Frames" is the most recent of these, and was self-released in the fall of 2014.

Guitar-driven and dominated progressive metal is what the Brazilian band Greensleves has to offer on their sophomore production "Inertial Frames", but of a kind and variety that will feel familiar to fans of bands such as Queensryche and Dream Theater, flavored with a few thrash metal tendencies here and there. The vocals are intense and emotional though, and more so than under a strictly controlled delivery, a detail that will limit their general appeal somewhat, I suspect. But for those who prefer their lead vocals to be emotional, and tend to enjoy a guitar-dominated take on classic progressive metal, this album may well be worth a visit.

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