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Secret Rule – Transposed emotions

album by:
Secret rule
Version:
CD
Price:
20.13

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Rating:
3
On May 3, 2015
Last modified:May 3, 2015

Summary:

If you like something a bit out of the ordinary then this is definitely well worth a listen.

Italian band Secret Rule are a fairly new band, only forming at the start of 2014, but little more than a year later, they’re already releasing their debut album – Transposed emotions.  In addition to writing and recording an album in little more than a year after forming, they’ve also released videos for three songs from the album.

It’s an album that defies convention with the mix of musical styles it includes.  There’s a strong Prog rock element, but there’s also gothic metal, power metal, even pop.  As well as the strong guitar-driven core of the music there are keyboard heavy sections, and acoustic guitar sections.  It’s a mix that could easily have failed to work but somehow Secret Rule manage to pull it off, and the result is a very good album.

If you like something a bit out of the ordinary then this is definitely well worth a listen.

“Transposed emotions” is out now on Rocksector records.

Secret Rule will be playing SOS festival near Manchester in July.

Track listing:

1. The journey
2. The sin
3. True friend
4. Lifeless
5. Sensation
6. I don’t wanna be
7. Sleep forever
8. Reena
9. My doors
10. Secret place
11. Vision
12. Dawn of crisis

Secret Rule are:

Angela Di Vincenzo – Vocal
Andy Menario – Guitar
Michele Raspanti – Bass
Ruben Ramirez – Drums

If you like something a bit out of the ordinary then this is definitely well worth a listen.

About Ant May

I spend half my life at gigs or festivals and the other half writing the reviews and editing photos, and somehow find time for a full time job too. Who needs sleep - I've got coffee.