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Friday, July 17, 2015 - Review by Sloof - From "http://metaltoinfinity.be/"
metaltoinfinity.be - Album: EIDOS - Rating: 85/100

This band is already a long time on Italian soil, but I guess that a lot of people are unfamiliar with Kingcrow so far. Perhaps ‘Eidos’ could turn the tide, as this new, sixth album, offers a lot of elements that will appeal to people that generally like rock with a rough edge. The band was formed about 20 years ago, but I guess that they didn’t tour outside Italy yet.

Their progressive metal blends with fragile and sensitive guitar parts and one of the most striking members is vocalist Diego Marchesi. His vocal chords are really outstanding and I simply love the way he sings! From the very first song ‘The Moth’, it is obvious that this man handles a lot. He gives a nice twist to the songs, he’s lifting them to a higher melodic level without losing any grip on the rougher edges. Only few can do better! The songs are written with a lot of details and when all six members come together, you will agree that Kingcrow delivers quality material! Sensory Records worked with the band before, and I know that they only cope with the best in Progressive metal.

Their new album has a much darker approach, but at the same time, they are aiming to a wider fan base, and I’m sure that this goal is within reach. ‘Eidos’ is a wonderful album that is growing after every spin, and that’s a property that only great albums have!


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