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Martiria is an epic/doom metal rock band formed back in the '80s and re-founded (after a long pause) in 2002. Five album published (last one R-Evolution, with ex Black Sabbath Vinny Appice - 2014).

The band was formed back in the '80s. At the beginning the band was very much oriented towards Doom/Metal sounds such as: early Candlemass and Black Sabbath. After releasing just a few demos and featuring various musicians, in 1998 the members of the group decide to take a break for a while in order to experience different projects. (continue)

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Album: Roma S.P.Q.R. ( 2012 )

REVIEW

Date: January '13
Author: n/a
Vote: 90%
Language: English
Website: http://www.therocktologist.com
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All in it flows, it varies and delivers a rich mix. The instruments are well played and clearly discernible and offer a great platform for a strong vocal.

This looks more like the latest PC strategy game rather than a CD and it’s probably no surprise to find at least a Rome based theme if not a full on concept.

An intro in Latin had me thinking back to school days before the real opener, “Callistus Wake” that rolls along full of confidence and pomposity. It’s one of the best on show with a full on contribution from every department.

The songs see a reasonable amount of variety with tiny elements of a range of sub genres flying around. They throw in some strong melodies in songs like “Tale Of Two Brothers” and keep it all going very well, songs underpinned strongly by the solid keys that give this an epic feel.

In some ways I wish this was a full concept album with the songs linked more closely than they are but it isn’t a big issue. Presence is maintained by the likes of “The Northern Edge” and mood in others such as “Ides Of March”, with it all closing off in epic style with “Spartacus”.

All in it flows, it varies and delivers a rich mix. The instruments are well played and clearly discernible and offer a great platform for a strong vocal. There’s a lot to like from something that initially I viewed with a little apprehension.

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