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ASHENT Deconstructive" CD
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Written by Béa   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 15:32

ASHENT Deconstructive" CD


Lion Music


Ashent is an Italian group which has released last year its second album “Deconstructive”. The style of the group is melodic progressive metal with some technical passages, but also progressive in the compositions and the harmonies. Ashent uses a lot of drumming, fast and very fast, and also grunts. Besides heavy drumming and guitars you’ll have nice piano or keyboards layers like for example the intro of the instrumental “Ebb And Flow Of Awarness” which is followed by a long and fast solo. The guitars give nice and well done soli as well as the piano like in the sad song “Music For Departure”. The group seems to have a great potential of creativity. There are a lot of musical and vocals arrangements through the songs a  you even find death vocals or nearly core ones (for me it is not a success). Some of the songs are really complex such as “The Resonance Of Life”, others are very melodic like “Ephemera” or symphonic passages in like “Cassandra”. “Deconstructive” is an untypical album so if you want to try this album why not, go ahead.




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