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IMMORTAL

Pyramaze

 

Progressive Metal

3.29 | 19 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Third album of this little known band, released in 2008 named simply Immortal is another worthy one from their catalogue. This time exist Lance King and enters the voice of Iced Earth - Matthew Barlow. His voice is quite diffrent then Lances but aswell fits perfect into this type of power metal. His voice is much deeper and little rougher the KIngs but has some spectacular moments both on up tempo pieces as one more mellow ones. Musically speaking this is no diffrent then predecesor, maybe in places they concentrated more on power metal side living those prog metal elements from previous album little sparse here, but not ba d really. To me Pyramaze plays a fairly solid type of european power metal with prog metal leanings and has some very solid musicianship on every piece. Touched by the Mara or Ghost light are solid tracks that will please every fan of this kind of music, at least I like what I've hered here, even the album overall is not fantastic or original, has plenty of memorable passages that keeps me conected to the music. Even this is a 3 star album maybe 3.5 in places I prefere previous one, to me their best so far.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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