#1
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So, what IS Amogh Symphony? It's (from what I gather) mostly a solo studio-project consisting of single member Vishal Singh. Instead of me trying to convince you, let the man himself do so:

http://indianrockmp3.com/2009/05/20/interview-with-vishal-j-singh-of-amogh-symphony/

It's an interview where he talks about music and just stuff in general, a guy like that HAS to have awesome music under his belt. Which he does. It's a combination of a lot of different genres, with metal as the base. Expect influences ranging from latin stuff to indian-sounding stuff, even some electronica and jazz fusion. The music speaks for itself I believe.

http://www.myspace.com/mohenjadaro
#2
There aren't enough hooks. It's so "technical" and "progressive" that it kinda lacks personality, in my opinion.

EDIT: Swallowing the Infected Sun is pretty cool, actually. The drum work could use some toning down, though.
Last edited by madbasslover at Jul 10, 2009,
#3
I have ordered their CD, I'll get it soon. They're pretty good, from what I've heard.
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#4
Quote by madbasslover
There aren't enough hooks. It's so "technical" and "progressive" that it kinda lacks personality, in my opinion.


That's for each person to decide, eh? Personally I think every song has memorable moments, which makes the album as a whole cool.
#5
This is good stuff.
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