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ANGELO SALUTANTE

Stonehenge

 

Progressive Metal

3.50 | 11 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars

Stonehenge was one of the most solid prog metal bands Hungary ever had and probably one of the top from east Europe, sadly disbanded some years back and gone into oblivion. They released only one album in 2001 named Angelo salutante issued on Nail records. pleasent surprise this band, even I know this album for years I've almost forget how sounded since the first listning I guess around 2010. This is quite solid and intresting prog metal, well constructed and with top notch musicianship. The vocalist Zoltán Bátky is excellent, he has a very good range for such music and also he delivers some memorable jaw dropiing vocal lines on some pieces like Newcomer, Wendigo or Full moon happening to be the best pieces from this release. catchy choruses, nice interludes between guitars and keyboards, top notch vocalist, so a total winner for me. They are similar with DT, dutch Lemur Voice, even the vocal lines here and there are similar or with danish prog metal band Chroming Shift and their excellent Ripples in time only album. So, Angelo salutante is quite a good prog metal album, sadly underrated and unknown, but for sure they need a wider recognition even thay are disbanded for quite some years now. 3 good stars from me.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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