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Symphonic Prog

4.34 | 455 ratings

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Antonio Giacomin
5 stars First time I was in touch with Wobbler sound was around 2010, with the album Hinterland. It was a good surprise, the guys were at least very competent, that was a at least three and for others four stars effort. It matches IMHO exactly the 3,82 rating it achieves in progarchives

The years have passed and it became clear Wobbler was growing in prog community. At that time my new heroes in the movement were Steven Wilson and Andy Tillison, but as much as there are loads of music from these musicians, I know there was need of attention to be direct to Wobbler music.

So I heard From Silence To Somewhere and Dwellers Of The Deep for many, many times, and there was no doubt the band deserves to be recognized to the point of acceptance they were.

Dwellers Of The Deep is a four songs and 45 minutes long album. I am not coherent about how long must an album last, in the beginning it is good to hear a short one because it is easier and faster to get to KNOW it. After that, when the album is really that good, I start missing more of that. This album does not differs a lot from Hinterland in a way Songs From The Wood differs from A Passion Play, their basic sound was already stablished. What increased was the QUALITY of their compositions, with melodies even more strong to our years.

By means of conclusion, Dwellers Of The Deep, as long as From Silence To Somewhere, are a strongly recommended albums, due to its musicianship, strong sense of melody or, in other words, its progressiveness. Five strong stars.

Antonio Giacomin | 5/5 |


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