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Attila Kollár


Prog Folk

3.67 | 39 ratings

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2 stars Once you've gotten past the eclectic and potent "Musical Witchcraft Suite", this CD falls into the trap of many instrumental recordings - ideas just seem to repeat themselves in various guises for the remaining 26 minutes. Atitila Kollar's foray outside of Solaris is more folky than the music of the mother band but also more metallic in parts.

Like Artsruni's Cruzaid which I have previously reviewed, that harsh tone gets recycled a bit too often for its own good. Eventually I pretty much know what is going to happen next, which is tolerable when I like it, but otherwise not so much fun. In the end "Musical Witchcraft", for all its wizardry, falls short of the aforementioned Armenian album because the material does not really impress further upon repeated listens, and because Artsruni included the vocal instrument on a few tracks. Witchcraft that is less than spellbinding. 2.5 stars rounded down.

kenethlevine | 2/5 |


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