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teramaze andthebeautytheyperceive
Artist: Teramaze
Title: And The Beauty They Perceive
Genre: Progressive Metal
Release Date: 5th October 2021
Label: Wells Music

Album Review

Some Metal musicians just love doing overtime if they have the opportunity to do so, ‘And The Beauty They Perceive’ is the third full-length that TERAMAZE did accomplish since the pandemic’s ice-cold grip clenched around our minds. Considering the high level these guys play on this is absolute insanity. The dreamlike melodies on ‘And The Beauty They Perceive’ are beautiful, hypnotising and, most of the time, quite complex. It is one thing to simply listen to progressive music or to understand the technicality behind it, it is yet a completely different thing to know all this and simultaneously grasp the meaning behind the layers and interwoven subtext (I do not claim to be able to do this all the time but I strive to be).

Sometimes the atmosphere of a song gives the meaning away more than the actual lyrics in my opinion. Songs like ‘Blood Of Fools’ are so heavy with this melancholic highly melodic atmosphere that it almost drips out of the headphones. Speaking of melancholy, ‘Waves’ is heartbreakingly good in any sense of the word and more (check it out). The skill set of these guys is really impressing but they do more than just play on a fantastic level, the compositions and the pacing is really what sells the complete package to me. Give this a few spins if you dig progressive music.


01. And The Music They Perceive
02. Jackie Seth
03. Untide
04. Modern Living Space
05. Blood Of Fools
06. Waves
07. Son Rise
08. Search For The Unimaginable
09. Head Of The King


Dean Wells - Vocals / Guitars / Keys
Andrew Cameron - Bass Guitar
Chris Zoupa - Guitars / Keys
Nick Ross - Drums

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teramaze andthebeautytheyperceive


Music: 8
Sound: 9
Total: 8.5 / 10

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