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Garden Wall - The Seduction Of Madness CD (album) cover

THE SEDUCTION OF MADNESS

Garden Wall

 

Progressive Metal

3.47 | 24 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Garden Wall is a progressive metal band from Italy with some albums in their pockets but never makeing any noise about theirt music. They are almost in underground, even they have more than 15 years behind in music. Onestly Garden Wall is un underrated band who desearve a better place in prog metal zone. The musicianship is tight, well played album with a lot of twist and turns, time signature all the time makes from this third album The seduction of madness from 1995 a real prog metal winner. Asd I said on next album Chimica from 1997, the music thay play are not very common, even for a prog metal listner, but after you get wats is all about you end up love this band and the way they play. All the tracks are good, maybe a little better the instrumental passages than the one with voice, but as a whole is good no doubt. I will give a solid 3 stars for this album, good one all the way , but, there is a but, sometimes I thinks this album lacks of emotions, and the originality is quite hard to find these days, but doesn;t mean is bad, not by far. If you are a prog metal listner give this band a try, they worth without any doubts a better view.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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