SILENT CALL - Thruth's Redemption

Kategorie: CD-Reviews | Genre: Progmetal, Metal | Heft: Jahrgang 2014, eclipsed Nr. 164 / 10-2014 | VÖ-Jahr: 2014 | Wertung: 7.5/10 | Label: Dust On The Tracks | Autor: MB

The Swedes Silent Call have secretly quietly and quietly transformed themselves into a really convincing band. In the field of tension between progressive metal and equally weighty melodic influences their first two longplayers "Creations From A Chosen Path" (2008) and "Greed" (2010) already knew how to please. With "Thruth's Redemption" the band has now discarded their first masterpiece. This begins with the powerful sound, continues with the playing skills, and ends with the cleverly constructed songs, whereby the technical aspect is never overemphasized. The fat reef edge is there, just as big balladesque moments. One may not speak of an absolutely independent style here yet. But those who locate their musical taste above all with bands like Dream Theater, Symphony X, Evergrey or Pagan's Mind, and also appreciate the melodic broadsides of Masterplan, Silent Force or Royal Hunt, will certainly not go wrong with Silent Call. Especially as singer Andi Kravljaca (Aeon Zen, ex-Seventh Wonder) possesses real class.

Top Track: Nightmare

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