Time to reflect. A solid 4 stars and Metal fans should check these guys out. Their slightly quirky musical wanderings takes inspirations from a number of different stylistic expressions; although they do seem to limit blending them all together at once. So while the opening number plays around with space-tinged effects in an otherwise heavy sounding excursion, the second and third tracks draw more of their inspiration from the symphonic side of progressive music, the latter of these pretty close to vintage Neo-prog, while the fourth composition mix in more majestic symphonic elements.
The fifth tune here looks towards jazz for additional elements, while final track and giant epic Barbares utilizes elements from folk Album). All of this in a neat package with compositions ever changing and evolving; where the musical foundation seems to be a form of heavy art rock. Very well made and performed; and as long as French lyrics isn't regarded as troublesome an album safely recommended to the eclecticly-minded progressive rock fan.
The bass under the guitar solo almost steals the spotlight in the beginning. The main theme is simple but adds intrigue to this hard-rocking yet restrained opener. There's a wicked synthesizer solo, followed by a more laid back guitar solo, all over a series of amazing riffs. This is a pleasingly tight arrangement with several noteworthy aspects that should satisfy many symphonic rock lovers. The choir-like vocals near the end are a nice touch, just before that ripping guitar ends it.
This song in particular reminds me of early Echolyn the vocalist even sounds like the singer on the first few Echolyn albums. There's a lovely vocal section over spare piano toward the end that just adds to the majesty of the piece.
The concluding guitar solo is expertly crafted. Electric piano coats the verses, as it evolves into something thicker and more menacing. An atmospheric interlude occurs in the middle, ushering in piano that builds to a long and varied phenomenal guitar solo.
And as usual, the music is varied and original. However, one riff in the middle is almost the same as that of "Mellotron Scratch" by Porcupine Tree, but the gradual build takes things in a completely different direction. Also as usual, the ending contains some very excellent music, particularly with respect to the guitar.
It begins with a simple yet promising motif played only on the electric guitar before other instruments join in. An acoustic guitar takes over alongside a delicate synthesizer pad. A whistle plays the main theme just before the music stops and a heavy electric guitar riff ensues.
In case the listener has forgotten it, the main theme is played several times, adding to the boredom of such a long and drawn out piece. A solo acoustic guitar part adds variety in the middle, though. The synthesizer solos are not exactly solos, in that they replicate the same melodies over and over, unlike the amazingly creative bits in all the other songs. Essentially, this is a track laden with repetition, which is rarely a good thing for an extended symphonic piece. Unlike all the other songs, nothing on the title track seems to flow- it's riddled with stop-start transitions that almost always sound like a band is just purposely trying to make an "epic" without any good reason for doing so.
Barbares is a good album that, to me, includes two distinct parts: the epic, and the not-epic songs. It's one of those albums where it is the epic that truly carries the rest of the album, which is not to say that the non-epic tracks are weak; I just don't want to return to them as often. It builds up into a rousing rocker over the first few minutes, with nice keyboard textures added, before the vocals come in, Album).
In fact, despite its name, it is actually the shortest song on the album. It is a bit more vocal driven than the previous track, and includes nice vocals to make it stronger.
Unfortunately, I don't understand french, and I feel that knowing what the band was saying could potentially increase the experience here. Nonetheless, it is still a very nice sounding track.
I enjoy the way that the instruments run against the vocals in this one, for it works rather well. One of my favorite parts of this track is a section where the instruments are silenced, and the main theme is sung over supporting vocals by the rest of the band. L'armee de Ombres which google tells me means Army of Shadows starts off with a nice, rocking beat.
I have to admit to liking that a lot about this band, that there is a good underpinning of rock and roll energy underneath. This song contains effective interplay between various themes and volume levels, and yet retains its energy, until it enters a nice, quiet section before the seven minute mark.
The contrast is quite effective, giving the quiet feel of this part more meaning, while it builds back up into another rocking bit, backed by some very nice guitar work. Faux Semblants False Pretenses is a little more held back than the other tracks at first, although it does grow in intensity as the song advances. The vocals start off appropriately reserved, making them feel more powerful when the band really gets behind them after the build-up around the 3-minute mark. Overall, another strong track.
But all of these tracks pale compared to the epic, 'Barbares' Barbarians. It is a pretty simple track, built around a catchy, war-memorial sounding to my ears at least riff, which is repeated in various forms on various instruments, with various backing parts, to great effect.
It is the type of song that had every potential to come off as repetitive, but I feel that Nemo pulled it off really well, to make the epic the highlight of the album. It moves easily from various moods, staying lodged in your brain long after you have stopped listening.
Overall, I find this album is full of excellent music, although I can tell that I am missing out on some of the experience by not understanding the french language. I will, of course, be googling for English lyrics in the near future, or worst case scenario, copying the french ones into google translate.
Ultimately, the epic is what has me coming back, more than any of the other songs, which are strong in their own rights. Four stars. For lovers of album art, the album are on the front cover looks much better in real life than on the site; the girls facial expression speaks more, and the background stands out more. I actually love the way that the tank in the background is almost muted out by the orange tones though.
The back album art is not quite as hot. It looks like a scene out of some FPS or other shooter video game to me. So let's look into this case, whether Barbares deserves such a good place, rating and fanbase. I say yeah, why not, but don't let your feelings fool you. Even some parts are trying for it, more research is needed and finally, I'll maybe give masterpiece rating. Depends on how I'll like this.
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