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DEATHANITY

Odin's Court

 

Progressive Metal

3.08 | 8 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Odin's Court is an american prog metal band formed around 2001. The name of the band is taken from Black Sabbath famous piece with same name from Tyr album. back to amricans, the album I review now is Deathanith released in 2008 and I think is their second release. The band playes prog metal but not for everyones taste, mainly because besides music the voice really distract, not bad but not fatastic either. The music is quirky, lots of breaks , and on almost every tune the style changes, I mean on one is symphonic prog metal , on other going almost jazz fusion, on other combined those two, and in the end you don't know what you listning to. Anyway the musicinship is most of the time ok, despite the vocal delivery who is standard and not very spectacular. No particular tune is better then other, all has kinda same level. Two invited guests here, Englund from Evergrey is present on some vocal parts on Mammonific and Tony Kakko from Sonata Arctica on Esoterica piece From me 3 stars, nothing more, nothing less. Similarity with Kamelot, Poverty's No Crime, or Symphony X.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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