Artist/ Band: Dialeto
Title: Will Exist Forever
Label: Rock Symphony/Voiceprint
Year of Release: 2008
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The Review:

Dialeto seems to follow the blueprint of 80’s King Crimson of keeping the tracks short and to the point. Their debut CD, Will Exist Forever mixes sounds of King Crimson, Black Sabbath along with a Middle-Eastern vibe. This album contains re-workings of songs from as early as 1991. The band is a trio that consists of Nelson Coelho (vocals/guitars), Miguel Angel (drums/vocals) and Andrei Ivanovic (bass). (Andrei is the only one in a band I herd of before, called O Terco.) They have been around since the late 80’s so they have undoubtedly refined their sound. The proof is on this album.

Some of my favorites on this album are, “Mme. Blavasky”, “Existence” (This is where the title Will Exist Forever comes from) and “Seven Drunks”. All of these songs sums up the Dialeto “signature” sound, which is equal parts quirky, fun, complex and bombastic. The album is very nicely packaged in a Mini-LP sleeve, which gives the album some uniqueness. They should appeal to a lot of progressive rock fans as well as the aforementioned bands.

It took me several listens to fully appreciate the beauty of Dialeto’s music. I can’t wait to hear more. This one of those albums that sadly aren’t talked about much in the progressive rock forums online but should. A recommended purchase especially to the true music connoisseur!!

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on April 30th, 2009


01. Vermelha
02. Mme. Blavatsky
03. Existence
04. Enigma
05. Animal
06. Anger
07. Seven Drunks
08. Misty Queen
09. Gunga Din

Bonus tracks

10. Just For Free
11. Animal (port)

Reviewed Discography

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