Review of Xandria’s new EP “Fire & Ashes” by Kenta (Rating 8.8).

The Fire & Ashes repeats the same formula from Sacrificium, however re-making of some classics will totally give a new sense for them in the most stable vocalist the band has had in a while, it seems to be like Dianne has broken the spell. Dianne made an excellent job in the vocals, and she took in consideration to use everything she can offer with her voice in different ranges.

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A new identity for Cello – Kenta reviews Max Lilja’s “Morphosis”.

Lilja’s second album is truly diverse, while Max tried out Electronic music on a cello on his first album, Morphosis evolves in a new selection of different genres approached on the cello, from rock and metal-like sounds, passing through trance and even classical, and pieces that might fit as a horror movie soundtrack. Max Lilja has rebuilt the identity of the cello and his own by creating a new selection of sounds inside only one cello.

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