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Sieges Even


Progressive Metal

3.41 | 69 ratings

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3 stars Sieges Even is one of the bands that for some resons never got the regonition they desearve, being many years in the shadows of other bands from prog metal filed. Is strange because the musicianship this band offers is absolutly mindblowing, the rhythmic section provide by the two brothers Holzwarth is top notch. The second album from 1990 named simply Steps is a very technical, complex and intricate prog metal , that needs sever listning to fully appreciate it. I needed more than 5 spins to get into. From the voice who is fiting perfect in this context, very complicated vocal arrangements to the instrumental passages this band never stops to amaze me. Pieces like Corridors or The Vacuum Tube Processor are simply great that shows how great this band was and how inventive aswell. The combination of Fates Warning elements with Psychotic Waltz atmosphere, on this release is a winner for sure. Even they release constantly excellent albums across the years with their absolutly peak Sens of change from 1991, they are far from being well known. Steps desearves from me 3.5 stars, not as strong and fabulous as their next one Sens of change their absolute masterpice but is a worthy prog metal as it was in the beggining of the style.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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