MAX PIE – Eight Pieces – One World

MAX PIE - Eight Pieces - One World
  • 5.5/10
    MAX PIE - Eight Pieces - One World - 5.5/10


Release date: June 28, 2013

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Founded in 2005, Belgium-based Max Pie has issued their sophomore release, curiously entitled Eight Pieces – One World. Max Pie began more as a Traditional Metal act and morphed into a Progressive Metal band, but perhaps not in the sense you’d expect. Technical virtuosity can be found within each composition, but Max Pie’s Progressive approach is much more ”rough ‘n’ tough” and “in-your-face” than what the vast majority of their peers produce (perhaps Symphony X being the closest comparable). Tony Carlino vacillates between multiple vocal styles … unfortunately not excelling in any of them … which is the album’s glaring weakness.


  • Dan Skiba

    Dan is a former partner at Metal Express Radio, and also served as a reviewer, photographer and interviewer on occasions. Based out of Indianapolis, USA he was first turned on to Hard Rock music in the mid-1970s when he purchased Deep Purple's Machine Head as his first album. He was immediately enthralled with the powerful guitar sound and pronounced drumbeat, and had to get more! His collection quickly expanded to include as many of Heavy Rock bands of the time that he could get his hands on, such as Ted Nugent, Judas Priest, and Black Sabbath, to name just a few.

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