Release date: 28 September 2011
Style: Progressive metal, Avantgarde metal

Rating:

8.1 | 7 votes

Owners:

6 have it
3 want it


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08. Meeting At Jabol

Review
Lyrics (8)


Line-up
Raul Garcia Posse - vocals, guitars
Marcos Crosa - drums
Pablo Lamela Bianchi - bass

Guest musicians
Matías Orquera - vocals
Julián Palacio Fernández - violin


Additional info
Producer: Ramiro Rodríguez.

Staff review by
Introspekrieg

Rating:
8.1
"Close to the sea, looking for water. I was searching for salt, but that isn't what I've found."

Looking at the album artwork, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from this Argentinian debut. It's not often that you see a metal album associated with a girl floating on a rainbow prominently.

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Ag Fox - 14.11.2011 at 16:09  
Rating: 6 Between the Buried and Me fans should check this out. But I'm not a fan, so despite appreciating their skills and relative originality, the music doesn't really click with me =P

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