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Grave Digger Healed By Metal
Not very satisfied with the Germans' release. Some decent tracks but not a memorable album. Recommendations: "Lawbreaker", "Call For War", "Kill Ritual"
Deep Purple inFinite
It took me numerous listenings to digest this album, albeit some moments of excellence that struck me from the first time such as the intoxicating melody of the single "All I Got Is You", the Lord-ish solo on "Time For Bedlam" and the powerful drum paradiddles of "The Surprising" accompanied by that eastern keyboard moaning. Eventually, I felt sympathy for the groovy "One Night In Vegas" and "Johnny's Band" which I found pleasant listenings. A massive respect for Deep Purple and for what is probably their last album.
Sabaton Attero Dominatus
One year after their debut, Sabaton release another great album using the same formula of success: a war theme, lots of energy and an ode to metal. There are various great songs here such as "Attero Dominatus", "Metal Crue", "Nuclear Attack" however my personal favourites are "Back In Control" and "Rise of Evil"
City and Colour Sometimes
I was not aware that Sometimes is a fully acoustic album. Despite the fact, I have enjoyed it thoroughly and it deserves lots of credit. Dallas' sorrowful lyrics and soothing vocals in combination with the simplicity and catchiness of his chords are simply magnificent. Occasionally, I found some songs repetitive in terms of structure and composition, however, the overall result is so melodic and has the flow to keep you interested until the end. Recommendations: "Sometimes", "Coming Home", "Like Knives", "Save Your Scissors"
Temples Volcano
Temples follow the exact same road as Tame Impala did with Currents 2 years earlier. From the neo-psychedelic/retro rock ambience of Sun Structures, they enter a trendy trippy/poppy bubble with the aim to expand their audience. This is achieved mainly with the heavy reliance on synthesizers and over-poppiness, something that I might have liked if tracks such as "In My Pocket", "Oh The Saviour", "Open Air", "All Join In" [and others] were not there. From all these, I would recommend the single "Certainty" and "(I Want to Be Your) Mirror". Personally, I would keep "Mystery of Pop" a pleasant track and probably a leftover from
Dan Patlansky Dear Silence Thieves
Although I have never heard any of Dan Patlansky's music, he appears to be a very skilful and promising guitarist. Dear Silence Thieves is a very nice and coherent album with lots of grooves and bluesy melodies. The reason I've 3d this is because there are a couple of excellent tracks which I have noted down for future reference and at the same time the make the remaining ones appear simply average in front of them. Recommendations: "Backbite", "Hold On", "Windmills and The Sea"r
Blurred Vision Organized Insanity

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  • Voivod Geia sou Antoni, epesa pano se ena diskaki to opoio perigrafo sinoptika os minimalistiko heavy/blues rock, pisteuo pos tha to vreis endiaferon -
    April 29 05:03 PM
  • Voivod An theleis na akouseis to Blues Pills, iparxei edo -
    August 11 03:40 PM
  • Voivod To ksexasa entelos, giati grafo kati gia allo disko, tha to tsekaro kapoia stigmi pantos! Pao stoixima pos o manos etoimazei review gia to album ;-)
    August 7 06:18 PM
  • Voivod gia poio album prokeitai? Pantos, boreis na postareis to keimeno sou opotenanai (ego panta perimeno na figei mia proteri kritiki apo tin proti selida kai meta na postaro ti diki mou)
    July 13 05:49 PM
  • Voivod dld borei kapoios na akousei to disko online me nomimo tropo? an nai, tote boreis na postareis tin kritiki kai prin tin episimi imera kikloforias
    July 13 06:04 AM

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