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Gazpacho – Soyuz

Gazpacho know how to make music that not only transports you to parallel universes, through soundscapes and effects that are truly unique in the prog and art-rock genre, but to me their biggest achievement is to produce thought-provoking music with their distinctive dark but beautiful sound atmospheres. Soyuz is one of the best example of this. 5/5 ★ /Van

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Abraham Sarache – Kaleidoscope of Fears (EP)

“Kaleidoscope of Fears” is an awesome taster of what this trio have in their pockets waiting to surprise the progressive metal world. Its quality in composition, execution, sound and mix is astounding! This trio is a novelty in the progniverse, bringing in a freshness and renovated eclectic sound that deserves all your attention. And those solos… using a freaking Cuatro instead of a guitar!” 5/5 ★ /Van

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Orphaned Land – Unsung Prophets and Dead Messiahs

This profound concept in Unsung Prophets and Dead Messiahs shines with the conflicts of our modern world: wars and mass manipulation, everyday life, politics, information and money controlled by some few powerful, We won’t be free of these chains unless we try to be true to ourselves while searching for the light and truth. Though these lines might fall short to what this album really transmits, musically and lyrically. A bold statement and a solid album with beautiful melodies. What else can we expect from Orphaned Land but an exceptional album? 4.5/5 ★

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