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Crossover Prog

4.03 | 157 ratings

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4 stars Not crossover prog. More like heavy prog with King Crimson overtones. Two middle-aged guys in a studio. This is their, perhaps, most complex work, for hardcore proggers, those who like the rock side of the equation, but not totally inaccessible.

Just five songs. Three 10-minute numbers and two 18-minutes. The "shorter" tracks are all dark and somewhat repetitive. The longer ones allow for more variety, including sensibility for pop melodies. Falling Man is more coherent than Twisting the Knife.

Erich O'Dell, who does everything but the drums, actually displays broad range of guitar techniques - from minimalistic to shredding and "traditional", with Spanish and Arabic tones. What he was not meant to do, however, is sing. He knows the theory of melodic singing, but this just wasn't God's plan for him, I guess.

Progrussia | 4/5 |


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