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SYBILLA The Invisible Sandglass (2006)


Guitar pop goes metal, giving you the quirky tunes with melody, power and metal all rolled into one. Opener 'Burning' mixes hair metal choruses (reminiscent of Heavy Pettiní) with Maiden-esque guitar solos and European power metal rhythms.

The album continues in a similar vein.

'Black Rose' features keyboards with a gothic touch and dark vocals, before the guitars come crashing in.

From dark to progressive to AOR, itís all here and fun too.

'I.N.F.I.L.A.' is a power metal ballad which nods at Queen.

Enjoyable, worth checking out.


Review by Joe Geesin


© 2006 Sybilla. All rights reserved.

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