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Torman Maxt - The Problem Of Pain: Part 1 CD (album) cover


Torman Maxt


Progressive Metal

1.58 | 38 ratings

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1 stars The band says their music is in the vein of Rush, the 2112 era. OK........... ?????? Everyone is entitled to express their confusion. The first amendment to the US constitution, if I am not mistaken. I would say that the band has missed their target by many miles.

This forty one minutes long album is partitioned into five symphonies. The vocals are very annoying. A mix of crying and singing. An emotional overkill, in other words. The music is fairly symphonic with some metal edges, laden with guitars and keyboards. It is also dull with no memorable pieces and I get the feeling that I have wasted too much time of my life on this album. Some parts of this album is painfully bad. In particular; my neck is sore due to the shaking of my head in disapproval. Mercifully, this album can be downloaded for free from their homepage. That's the only saving grace here. I find nothing of any value here and I have to be so mainstream that I agree with everyone here. Sometimes, God is let down by his dedicated followers. Well, there is always Neal Morse.....

1 star.

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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