Angra - Aqua

7.4 | 226 votes |
Release date: 11 August 2010
Style: Progressive power metal


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01. Viderunt Te Aquæ
02. Arising Thunder
03. Awake From Darkness
04. Lease Of Life
05. The Rage Of The Waters
06. Spirit Of The Air
07. Hollow
08. A Monster In Her Eyes
09. Weakness Of A Man
10. Ashes
11. Lease Of Life [new mixing][Japanese bonus]

[limited digipack edition bonus compilation CD]
01. Nova Era
02. Rebirth
03. Hunters and Prey
04. Spread Your Fire
05. Waiting Silence
06. The Course of Nature
07. Salvation: Suicide

Additional info
Release dates:

Japan - August 11th
Brazil - August 17th
Europe - September 24th
Russia - September 29th
North America - October 5th

Guest review by
R Lewis
I'm afraid this won't help me winning much sympathy, but I have to be honest: I never really liked Angra. And that always seemed strange to me, because they seem to represent one of the biggest worldwide expressions of power metal. When I listened to the album which should be, according to the ratings, their masterpiece, Temple Of Shadows, my expectations were sky-high. But, despite repeated listens, I couldn't go further than an unexpected 6. I didn't find anything particularly bad, I just couldn't notice anything better than average. Now, you can freely hate me.

published 14.01.2013 | Comments (10)

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08.12.2010 - 22:43
Rating: 5
I said "Last song" but I meaned "Last songs" ....
09.12.2010 - 22:35
Rating: 8
Okay, I can see your point but as you said, it's a matter of taste. I can also say that the production is a let down.
01.09.2011 - 15:56
Rating: 9
Really good but the others like rebirth and temple of shadows are better. i like this band it sounds a bit like dream theater
14.12.2012 - 22:53
Rating: 7
Evil Chip
"Lease of Life" is one of the most beautiful ballad written by Angra. However the album as awhole is really average except from some songs here and there. The beginning it's really uninspired IMO.
30.01.2013 - 19:51
Rating: 7
Obviously a more progressive effort than any other albums by the band, Angra's latest album succeeds in most places yet slightly fails in some. Although the guitar solos are admittedly brilliant and sometimes even flying off the richter scale, they can be at time a bit uninspired, as on 'Weakness of a man'. The vocals are pretty good though, and the songwriting compositions really work well as usual.
24.03.2016 - 09:20
Rating: 9
Mountain King
K i K o
This album is really magnificent, musically to say the least. Edu had lost some of his higher vocal capabilities but the songs are really amazing...

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