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5e album des Autrichiens de VISIONS OF ATLANTIS "Ethera". Faisant désormais figure de leader au sein de la scène Symphonic Gothic Metal, le quintet était attendu au tournant, ayant la lourde tâche de donner une suite à l'excellent "Delta" paru en 2011. C'est chose faite avec "Ethera" qui d'un côté épure le spectre et nous présente un VISIONS OF ATLANTIS plus direct mais aussi nous dévoile une facette plus sombre de la formation. Pour les fans, un vrai délice, pour les néophytes, une excellente entrée en matière. A ECOUTER DE TOUTE URGENCE !
Edition Digipack Limitée, inclus 1 titre bonus.
Pour fans de NIGHTWISH, EDENBRIDGE, XANDRIA, MAGICA.
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My first impression of the CD was not too bad. The sound they created is much more straight-up metal, but it just didn't really have feeling. Maxi Nil's voice sounded flat and just didn't soar. Mario even toned done his vocals and they sounded tired and emotionless. The guitar playing was something that I felt you could really rock out to, but the vocals deadpanned it for me. I was hoping for some in-your-face style singing, but that didn't come from either vocalist.
What really made me decide that this CD is one of their poorer releases is the fact that the atmosphere of the music was gone. I wasn't looking forward to the next track and I got impatient having to sit through each song. When a new song finally came up, it sounded almost exactly like the one before it. The fact that the keyboards didn't really play a prominent role in the music also took the soul out of this CD. I know most people would argue that metal is best without focus on keyboards, but after listening to this release, most people might agree that for Visions of Atlantis, that's musical suicide.
For all of the negative aspects of this CD, I can add that there are three really great tracks recorded here. "Hypnotized" was probably what I would consider the best track on the entire release. It portrayed Maxi Nil's voice as powerful and a force to be reckoned with. It rocked and had a gritty feel to it, but alas, the rest of the CD just didn't. "Machinage" and "Tlaloc's Grace" were the two remaining songs that really held their place on the album. They had keyboards, great singing and emotion.
My best advice is, listen to this CD before buying it. Check out the songs on YouTube, preview the MP3s or borrow them from a friend. Some listeners may find this change for the band impressing and more power to them. Those of us who enjoyed "Trinity" or "Cast Away" due to its atmospheric keyboards and operatic singing will be left unfulfilled by this release. I am hoping that if they put out a new album in the next two years, it will be much better.
Now to THIS Visions of Atlantis. Can I say this is far harder than I've ever heard them and I absolutely love it. They were definitely getting there with Trinity (especially songs like "At the Back of Beyond" and "My Dark Side Home", but this one feels like the culmination of that heaviness. I love the sheer epic power, from the instruments to the vocals. Headbanging metal at its best. I bought this on a whim and am totally thrilled from beginning to end. Not a filler song to be found anywhere.
No operatic female vocals, but seriously not every band wants or needs them. Sometimes I just want straight-ahead rock vocals and here they are--strong and clear and clean.