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Review: Magica - Hereafter
Magica
www.magicaband.com
Hereafter

Label: Locomotive Music
Year released: 2007
Duration: 50:25
Tracks: 11
Genre: Power Metal

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: June 16, 2008
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
Readers Rating
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Hereafter

Rated 2.67/5 (53.33%) (3 Votes)
Review


Magica are one of many bands dedicated to the sound of the Nightwish of old. A lot of these kinds of bands have drifted into Goth-Rock country, but Magica keep their sound defiantly Power Metal, even after three albums. All the ingredients are here: melodic guitar work, some bombast, and sweet female singing. If I had to pick one band Magica remind me of, it would be Visions Of Atlantis, only with no male singing. There are some sweet hooks on this album, and it's a good, satisfying length, but overall they don't infuse their songs with enough identity, and the songs themselves are not that memorable. This is well-played by a talented band, but it doesn't really stay with you.


Track Listing:
  1. All Waters Have the Colour of Drowning
  2. Turn to Stone
  3. Through Wine
  4. No Matter What
  5. Entangled
  6. This is Who I Am
  7. The Weight of the World
  8. Energy for the Gods
  9. Shallow Grave
  10. I Remember A Day
  11. Into Silence
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