Friday, 17 August 2018

Azureth - The Promethean Syndrome (2007)


The second album from this multi-national band.

The band is a quintet with a lineup of bass, drums, keyboards, guitars and vocals.
They got help from a guest vocalist too.

I have yet not had the time to listen to their 2004 debut album Yesterday's Future, Tomorrow's Past. This is therefore my first ever meeting with this band and their music.

We are again in the middle of neo-prog land. Neo-prog with a lot of symphonic prog influences too.

This album reminds me a lot about Dutch neo-prog. That means melodic and influenced by English neo-prog.

There is a lot of guitar solos and keyboards solos on this one hour and ten minutes long album. A lot of interesting details, indeed.

All good and proper, indeed.

There is also some pop-rock on this album which falls a bit flat on it's face.

But on balance, this is a good album and well worth a try. Check it out.

3 points


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