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Koyaanisqatsy - From The Yearning To Burst The Perpetual Circle CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

4.21 | 10 ratings

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4 stars Koyaanisqatsy - It means ''Life out of balance'' in the language of the Hopi Indians is an unknow progressive metal band from Munich - Germany releasing one album in 2000 named From the Yearning to Burst the Perpetual Circle. Entire album is instrumental , so every musician try and proves that they know bussines in this field, they have enough room to show to the listner how great they are both in handle the iinstruments and in compositions. I was very pleased when I've heared this album, lots of great keyboards arrangements with some excellent guitar chops ever known in progressive metal genre. A captivating album with a lot to offer, is sad that they are so unknown to larger public, they desearve for sure a wider recognition, because this album is excellent. Great musicianship and brilliant song writting. Ok isa not a masterpiece of the genre but is a damn good one in every way. Just listen to the brilliant pieces like Memoria or Way of Thoughts, sheer briliancy. 4 stars , that means a great album for sure , towards excellent but nothing near masterpiece status, still very enjoyble and recommended if you like this kind of stuff, progressive metal with neo classical leanings here and there.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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