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The Passage

DGM

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1
The Secret Pt. 1
DGM
8:24
2
The Secret Pt. 2
DGM
7:15
3
Animal
DGM
5:18
4
Ghosts of Insanity
DGM
5:35
5
Fallen
DGM
5:39
6
The Passage
DGM
5:10
7
Disguise
DGM
1:53
8
Portrait
DGM
5:39
9
Daydreamer
DGM
5:35
10
Dogma
DGM
5:45
11
In Sorrow
DGM
3:40
Total Playing Time    59:53
The Passage is the ninth release from everchanging Italian metal band DGM, the culmination of almost 20 years of hard work. As the title indicates, the album is a substantial step forward for the group. Sounding like a hungry, urbanized version of Symphony X, with substantial hard rock influences, the record is remarkable in several aspects: songs feature sweeping choruses, technical passages, lightning fast fretwork, big vocals and bombastic transitions. The melodies are perfectly woven into the killer guitars, epic keyboards and pounding drums. Special guests include Evergrey singer Tom Englund on the single Ghosts of Insanity and guitarist Michael Romeo from Symphony X.

"This album can easily be seen as our most ambitious work to date."
- Simone Mularoni, guitarist and producer
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records Studio Masters

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