A Pleasant Shade Of Grey - Fates Warning Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Artist: Fates Warning / CD+DVD / Audio CD released 2007-08-27 at METALBLADE / Disc #1 ... more
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by - written on 08/07/08, updated on 08/07/08 (Useful, 14 readings)
If 'Perfect Symmetry' was a little dull and repetitive, 'A Pleasant Shade of Gray' is among the most tedious progressive metal albums I've heard, though still one that has its moments. What sets out to be the band's magnum opus ends up failing in many respects, the twelve songs that listeners are invited to view as sequential movements of a single fifty-three-minute song actually being more truthfully revealed as separate and largely unrelated tracks containing very few ideas, that might as well have been given individual titles. Kevin Moore's keyboard overture in Part I is instantly memorable, though sounds a little derivative of eighties horror film themes ... Read the complete review
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