Dianoya, Obscurity Divine 9/10
Thursday, 15 April 2010
Poland is becoming one of the best Countries for producing quality Prog and Dianoya are only adding to that statistic. There is definately the Riverside influence going on but I can also hear Tool, Porcupine Tree and Quidam aswell. The maturity these guys show on this album is amazing, the songwriting is top quality with wonderful melodies all played with great skill and feeling. I really like the vocals of Filip Zielinski as he does have a Mariusz Duda sound and he does a tremendous job.
I am pretty sure this is their debut album which speaks volumes to
the potential of Dianoya. Amazing songs like "Dreamlack" "Severence"
and the awesome last track "Sepia" will immerse the listener into a
trance like state. I know the Riverside comparisons are going to come
but is that a bad thing? I think over time a sound of their own is
inevitable and being such a young band they couldn't use a better
influence than Riverside. I think Dianoya will appeal to fans of all
Genre's of metal as well as Mainstream and I would like to wish them all
the luck in the future as their star is shining incredibly bright in
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Last Updated ( Friday, 16 April 2010 )