Obsidian Tide - Pillars Of Creation



8.1 | 31 votes |
Release date: 29 August 2019
Style: Progressive metal, Progressive rock

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01. Pillars Of Creation
02. Seven
03. King Of A New Realm
04. Portent Of Betrayal
05. Hireath
06. The Harbinger And The Millenial Vengeance
07. Magnanimous

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20.10.2019 - 20:00
Rating: 10
traililya
What a cool album!
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27.11.2019 - 04:28
Rating: 9
rps
I'll take this over Wilderun.


https://obsidiantide.bandcamp.com/
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16.12.2019 - 15:09
Rating: 8
Fabiano
Written by rps on 27.11.2019 at 04:28

I'll take this over Wilderun.



Me too, somehow I found Wilderun boring as hell. This one is way more interesting.
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16.12.2019 - 18:42
Rating: 7
Metren
Chameleon
Pretty good album, but some of the instrumental wankery definitely got on my nerves. Doesn't really even approach the greatness of the new Wilderun for me. Veil of Imagination is a far more compelling album.
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I am not nor have I ever been a musician or a member of a one-man band, especially a band that has a name that starts with "D".
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16.12.2019 - 21:32
Rating: 9
rps
Written by Fabiano on 16.12.2019 at 15:09

Written by rps on 27.11.2019 at 04:28

I'll take this over Wilderun.



Me too, somehow I found Wilderun boring as hell. This one is way more interesting.


For sure. I didn't post or rate VOI over there so not to piss people off, but...I listened to it 4-5 times. It has this really, really great beginning (20-30 seconds of total brilliance) but then flattens to a bunch of orchestral fluff. Wtf? It's not bad, but not even close to Opeth in their heyday.
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16.12.2019 - 22:40
Rating: 8
Fabiano
Written by rps on 16.12.2019 at 21:32

Written by Fabiano on 16.12.2019 at 15:09


Me too, somehow I found Wilderun boring as hell. This one is way more interesting.


For sure. I didn't post or rate VOI over there so not to piss people off, but...I listened to it 4-5 times. It has this really, really great beginning (20-30 seconds of total brilliance) but then flattens to a bunch of orchestral fluff. Wtf? It's not bad, but not even close to Opeth in their heyday.


That was exactly my thought after listening to it for the third time.
Prog-ly speaking, this year for me Soen and Obsidian Tide did the best work
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17.12.2019 - 08:50
Ball Fondlers
Written by rps on 16.12.2019 at 21:32

For sure. I didn't post or rate VOI over there so not to piss people off, but...I listened to it 4-5 times. It has this really, really great beginning (20-30 seconds of total brilliance) but then flattens to a bunch of orchestral fluff. Wtf? It's not bad, but not even close to Opeth in their heyday.

What? Get amongst it! 4-5 listens is justification for any comment/rating
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18.12.2019 - 02:03
Rating: 9
rps
Nah, let them be. I only listened again cause i thought, "what, I musta missed something? Is there another 3:11 to 3:42 or was that just bait?" I'm still trying to understand the hype. Angry Metal Guy loves it too. Go figure. What genre is it really?
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18.12.2019 - 02:08
Rating: 9
rps
Written by Fabiano on 16.12.2019 at 22:40

Written by rps on 16.12.2019 at 21:32

Written by Fabiano on 16.12.2019 at 15:09


Me too, somehow I found Wilderun boring as hell. This one is way more interesting.


For sure. I didn't post or rate VOI over there so not to piss people off, but...I listened to it 4-5 times. It has this really, really great beginning (20-30 seconds of total brilliance) but then flattens to a bunch of orchestral fluff. Wtf? It's not bad, but not even close to Opeth in their heyday.


That was exactly my thought after listening to it for the third time.
Prog-ly speaking, this year for me Soen and Obsidian Tide did the best work


Yes! So glad for Martin Lopez to get his groove back post Opeth.
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