Organized Chaos divulges album

2017-12-11 by SitarHero | 2 Comments
Serbian Progressive Metal band Organized Chaos have released an album titled "Divulgence". The album may be of interest to fans of Serbian prog prodigy David Maxim Micić as the album features Micić on Keyboards and Additional guitars, as well as longtime Micić collaborator Vladimir Lalić on vocals. Richard Henshall (Haken) and Nick Johnston also provide guest solos on the album.

The album is currently streaming on Youtube and is available on BandCamp.

https://organizedchaosband.bandcamp.com



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SitarHero
December 11th 2017
7148 Comments


I've listened to this a couple of times already, but I'm still not sure where I stand on it.

Calc
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December 11th 2017
16042 Comments


this is meh, vladimir lalic's vocals are too dramatic for their own good a lot of the time. this actually kind of reminds me of the gabriel construct just not as ambitious or as good.

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