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PRECIOUS SECONDS

Tr3nity

 

Neo-Prog

3.45 | 33 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Tr3nity from UK is quite an obscure neo prog band with 2 albums in their pockets so far. Their second offer from 2004 named Precious seconds is to me a fairly good album towards great. I see that this type of melodic mid tempo kind of neo prog is not so loved here like in other prog pages, but I don't care I like what I've heared here a lot so to me is more then ok record. Five pieces here from 10 min to 20 min in length, with lots of instrumental sections but aswell lots of vocal parts aswell. As I said the music is very melodic, but is well balanced some excellent keybords in contrast with guitars make from some pieces a real treasures like From afar, More then I desearve and the ending epic The last great climb, all al very strong neo prog pieces that show that this band really knew to play this style very well. I like the smooth , calm vocal tone of Chris Campbell that is fiting very well here. Don't expect some Marillion , IQ influences here, Tr3nity have their own style more or less. Maybe in places they remind me of bands like Like Wendy, Ricocher and those who have a more melodic aproach to their neo roots. To me easy 4 stars, I like a lot this album and no complains from me, from beautiful vocal lines, to the instrumental passages this is a real deal in neo prog zone.

b_olariu | 4/5 |

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