Friday, June 27, 2014

Whispers In Crimson "Suicide In B Minor"

Country: Iran
Sub GenreProgressive Metal
Release dateJune 26, 2014
1. Suicide in B Minor 08:38
2. Nightmare Within a Dream 10:34
3. Project Sinister 07:32
4. Do You Believe? 06:02
5. Coming Home 06:09
6. Us for Fools (To Iran) 08:52
7. Cask of Amontillado 07:26

Amirali Nourbakhsh: Guitars, vocals on 5
Hadi Kiani: Keyboards except on 1
Herbie Langhans Vocals except on 5
Jalal Gholami: Bass on 1,2,4,6
Arash Moghaddam: Drums on 2,3,5,7
Dara Darai: Bass on 5,7
Abolkhanjeh Fatmeshekanjeh: Drums on 1,4,6
Mohsen Yousefi: Keyboards on 1
Kasra Saboktakin: Bass on 3

The sound of Whispers In Crimson incorporates a blend of progressive metal, 80s heavy metal, 70’s progressive and hard rock and then just Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio.

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  1. This is one of the best progressive albums I've listened to this year. I am surprised why they haven't received much reviews. It's creative, melodic, powerful, and really heavy. I suggest you start listening with "Nightmare within a Dream". The solo part is amazing. Really really interesting

  2. check them out on www.whispersincrimson.com

    you can listen to the whole album for free. I coudnt hear any 80s or 70s. But I loved the guitar and vocals. The singer is Herbie Langhans from Sinbreed. He roars really great on this album. I like him on this album better than on Sinbreed.