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Seven Reizh


Symphonic Prog

4.15 | 96 ratings

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5 stars I'm totally sure that album is on the top 10 of the best symphonic prog releases of the last 10 years and probably an album that soon will be called a classic masterpiece of the genre.

Reasons are simple: based on the roots of the symph prog genre, Seven Reizh add beautiful gaelic lyrics, some celtic folk sections, amazing keyboard atmospherical sequences and celestial female vocals. There are no bored moments in it and the band constantly surprises the listener with sudden twists that moves between the most classical prog rock to beautiful acoustic compostions that opens the way to epical sectiones leaded by extraordinary vocals and great guitar and/or keyboard symphonic sections.

But the masterpiece is the extraordinary "Mall Eo Menet da Ys", such a powerful song that reminds the best Tony Banks synth sections from 70's and 80's into a heavy rhythmical section with amazing vocals. A true wonder...

5* because I'm sure that any prog fan would enjoy and love this exquisite piece of music...

progadicto | 5/5 |


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