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Daniel Enrique Luces Rincon

  1. Metal
  1. collection 11
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  1. Ebonivory I
    by Ebonivory
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    Two Years Two Years
  2. The Only Constant
    by Ebonivory
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    The Space Between The Space Between
  3. Ebonivory II
    by Ebonivory
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    Light the Fires Light the Fires
  4. Terra Firma
    by Boveda del Sol
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    Terra Firma Terra Firma
  5. Odyssey to the Gallows
    by Slice The Cake
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    Odyssey to the Gallows Odyssey to the Gallows
  6. Odyssey to the West
    by Slice The Cake
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    Unending Waltz Unending Waltz
  7. The Mark of Man
    by The Mark of Man
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    The Albatross The Albatross
  8. Exeunt
    by The Mark of Man
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    The Craven The Craven
  9. Paradigm
    by States
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    I Hope You Stay Gone I Hope You Stay Gone
    At first a dissapointment, but after a few listens I started to get what they were going for with their sophomore album. Much mellower than the jumpy debut "Room To Run", but with some beautiful melodies and atmospheres soaring around the no less poppy choruses they bring this time round. Still not sure if better than their debut, but solid album nonetheless, maybe I'll love it more after more listens.
  10. Future Negative Fantasy
    by Shadowdance
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    Neon Abyss Neon Abyss
    An excellent album that reminds me in many ways of the great Savatage, it's power metal but in a dark, heavy and sometimes progressive kind of way. A unique voice, brilliant musicianship, great basslines and a great balance between guitar and bass presence, all packed together with memorable choruses and menacing verses. Not to be missed.
  11. Cleansed
    by Slice The Cake
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    Squander Squander
    In the time of over a year between this Ep and when they finally released more material (2 albums in the same year!!), this one always kept me wanting more. All songs are great, and the "static-ness" of the programmed drums although a bit distracting, doesn't take away any impact from the rest of the production. Their first full length shows much more mature compositions, but this album is still stellar in its own way.