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  • OmairSh I haven't heard of Plini actually. Thanks for the rec. I like the background picture on his bandcamp
    July 24 12:45 AM
  • OmairSh Yeah I guess the more mainstream bands of any genre suffer from being generic and formulaic. There are good prog rock and metal bands that are waiting to be discovered. And yeah bands that mix things up are more enjoyable and sound refreshing. Someone rated Bilateral :-), it's a grower, but it's like getting hit by a train. Very intense. 4's for ADHD and Bilateral, I can live with that
    July 21 10:27 PM
  • Tunaboy45 Thanks a lot!
    July 21 11:45 AM
  • OmairSh It's constantly enjoyable and doesn't feel over thought out like most modern prog metal that feel too manufactured and calculated. Another album I told you about that actually breaks new ground is Bilateral by Leprous. That album will wow you, it feels like a cluster fvck in the beginning and takes a few listens to digest, but when all the pieces start to make sense it's an amazing experience.
    July 21 12:31 AM
  • OmairSh Michal (Keyboardist) is a beast, and his contributions are the best on the album imo, and yeah I agree the organ is probably the highlight. Exactly, he doesn't sound like a 70s band, or Jon Lord, it's a beautiful tone, it has power, that raw edge and clarity. The production really brings this album to life. Instruments sound crisp. The mix annoys me though. Regardless its one of the all time great prog metal albums for me.
    July 21 12:30 AM

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