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Neverdream's "Said" is amazing alt-prog-metal
Posted 23 March 2011, 12:32 PM
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I respectfully disagree with Jonathan's review. What makes music progressive? Pushing the boundaries of genres of metal and rock? Blending genres of music? Experimenting with instruments in a way that's never been done before?  Neverdream accomplishes all this to superb effect in "Said".
I admit it took me a dozen listens to fully assimilate this album. It's long, challenging, and defiantly unique. There are breathtaking saxophone solos, emotional guitar work, inspired and brutal metal riffs, and unorthodox vocals. The theme underlines Africa, and every song has a different perspective about this troubled land. One song is about slavery, another about Mohammed Ali's impact on this struggling nation; yet another about cultural taboos and missionary work.
I don't think it's accurate to say that the singing is all "whispered". The vocalist often sings in a low register, and some effects do distort his voice, but he often sings passionately with a backing chorus. I'm a bit confused why Jonathan couldn't find a single good thing to say about this cd. After repeated listenings, I find it to be brilliant. The melodies and vocal harmonies are incredible. It's anything but hopeless. Together with "Supernova" by Mindwarp Chamber and "Phlegethon" by Kingcrow, it's one of my favorite prog metal cds of 2010.
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