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Into Eternity


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.55 | 16 ratings

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3 stars Their last album to date, the fifth from their catalogue named The incurable tragedy is another worthy album from them. Keeping the same attitude as before, maybe a little more atmospheric in parts. Into Eternity keeps to combine in great measure the melodic death metal, remind me of In Flames in some arrangements with spectacular progresive metal chops not far from DT. To me this album is another ex of good release, not so well recived as other releases, but still enjoyble most of the time. Again I don't understand the low rating this band recive . This album is not better then before but not weaker either, so why only 2.26 rate. I observe that when clean vocal enters the passages reminds me of how sings Rob Halford, very high, but in the end melts ok with the rougher ones. Technical death metal, the melodic side of it, very well played, the musicianship is fantastic again , but when I finished the album I said same thing this music is aimless, or at least this album and the prior one. I don't know why exactly but Buried into oblivion had that special attraction from ther first listning, a thing that doesn't happing with this one and the album befor this ne. The music is ok, but the magic is not here. So, all pieces are well played and performed, desearve 3 stars , a good album but no more then that. For fans of Becoming the Archetype, In Flames, Nevermore, Dream Theater, etc.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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