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PATHOSRAY - Same - SENSORY  
I was about to ask where Sensory discovers bands like this when the band’s biography explained that Italy’s Pathosray - the name takes on interesting dimensions the more one thinks about it - came to the American label through the Danish management company Intromental Management. The band is indeed a progressive metal surprise. How many times has one heard of an Italian band in this genre only to be disappointed by the said group’s cloning of Dream Theater. Pathosray is not Empty Tremor, but its own band despite a couple of keyboard segments alluding to the Americans. Instead, the band devises its own progressive path, which goes between softer passages where singer Marco Sandron is vocalizing and the harder instrumental parts, which approach Voivid or Meshuggah in their hardness. Strange that most progressive metal bands mellow out when the vocals begin. An accomplished set of musicians including a pumping bass sound, a bright production and an inspired cover art should give Pathosray a lot of standing among progressive fans. Scent Of Snow, in particular, has all the band’s best elements in one place inclusive of an attention-grabbing metallic riff that machine guns its way to the ears. - Anna Tergel




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