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REVIEW: 'Prometheus, Symphonia Ignis Divinus' by Luca Turilli's Rhapsody

May 29, 2015

SCORE:

Epic Scale: 11/11

Production: 11/11

Originality: 9.5/11

Album Art and Packaging: 9/11

 

OVERALL: 10/11

 

Tracks:

1."Nova Genesis (Ad Splendorem Angeli Triumphantis)"  3:08

2."Il Cigno Nero"  4:08

3."Rosenkreuz (The Rose and The Cross)"  4:34

4."Anahata"  5:03

5."Il Tempo Degli Dei"  5:03

6."One Ring To Rule Them All"  7:05

7."Notturno"  4:34

8."Prometheus"  5:06

9."King Solomon And The 72 Names Of God"  6:51

10."Yggdrasil"  6:00

11."Of Michael The Archangel And Lucifer’s Fall Part II: Codex Nemesis
I. "Codex Nemesis Alpha Omega"
II. "Symphonia Ignis Divinus (The Quantum Gate Revealed)"
III. "The Astral Convergence"
IV. "The Divine Fire Of The Archangel"
V. "Of Psyche And Archetypes (System Overloaded)""  18:04

 

 

Epic from start to finish!  Bombastic sting arrangements, guitar sweep frenzies, soaring choirs and lightning fast percussion.

 

Luca Turilili is truly a modern day Mozart, showcasing dynamic arrangements encompassing everything from atmospheric symphonic landscapes to full-fledged power metal anthems.

 

Nightwish and Jason Becker meets The Lord of the Rings Soundtrack is the only way I can describe the sound, but you really got to check it out for yourself.

 

A true must for any fan of Cinematic metal!

 

 

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