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Noturnall - Noturnall Award winner

Noturnall
Noturnall
by Marcos "Big Daddy" Garcia at 02 March 2014, 2:13 AM

What do you all expect from bands with some praised members in their lineups?

Of course, all of us have great expectations, and in Brazilian NOTURNALL, with members from KARMA, SHAMAN, HANGAR, ANGRA, ALMAH, TEMPESTT and others really is above all our expectations, and their first album, “Noturnall” is a heavy piece, an excellent amount of heavy music.

They play a modern and heavy form of Prog Metal, with great vocals (Thiago Bianchi is in a great shape, singing both in high tunes as in low ones), abrasive and heavy guitars (both in aggressive riffs and melodic solos, and Léo Mancini shows a very good technique), bass in a technical and heavy shape (Fernando Quesada is a excellent bass player), fantastic drums (please, it’s a work from Aquiles Priester, one of Brazil greatest drummers), and the keyboards are simple great (creating great atmospheres and passages, a fine work from Juninho Carelli). And prepare your ears, for the album is a heavy weight champion, one of best works from Brazil.

The sound production is wonderful, done by SYMPHONY X’s vocalist Russell Allen along with NOTURNALL members. You can hear all instruments loud and clear, but the modern and aggressive aspect is present all time. It’s a blow in your face!

The Best moments: “No Turn at All”, the heavy and with some groove aspects “Nocturnal Human Side” (great vocals, in a duet of Thiago along with Russell), the wonderful “Sugar Pill”, and the abrasive “Fake Healer”.

Perfection, nothing more to say, so remember what your dear Ol’ Big Daddy here always says: buy your physical copies, for MP3 is for sissies.

5 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. No Turn at All
2. Nocturnal Human Side
3. Zombies
4. Master of Deception
5. St. Trigger
6. Sugar Pill
7. Last Wish
8. Hate
9. Fake Healer
10. The Blame Game
Lineup:
Thiago Bianchi – Vocals
Léo Mancini – Guitars
Juninho Carelli – Keyboards
Fernando Quesada – Bass
Aquiles Priester – Drums
Record Label: Independent
     


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