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WORDLESS

InFront

 

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4.24 | 25 ratings

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Prog-jester
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5 stars INFRONT have sound of their own.They're talented and professional.Their music is emotional and filled with melodies.They play somewhere in between math-metal, post- rock, art-rock and fusion. Elements of EACH genre I named can be found in EVERY track of them. It all sounds very natural - I can hardly imagine them sitting on rehearsal with words like "OK, what odd signature we'll throw into this one?" Among their favourite bands some unpredictable names like WISHBONE ASH, IRON MAIDEN (duo guitars!) and QUEEN can be found - while musically they're closer to TOOL, INDUKTI (but less metallic), MOGWAI, EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY (but more focused) and some other bands that move Progressive Rock nowadays. I must admit INFRONT must take honorable place among them - this is an exceptional and even unique stuff you'll definetely enjoy. Highlights are "From where the Wind blows" with AWESOME duo- guitar break, "Autumn Velvet" in almost ANEKDOTEN's vein and 12-minute long closing "Chinese Butterfly" - an oriental piece indeed, ranging from Post-Rocky meandering to amazing mellow ballad-like tune. Extremely recommended and can be easily purchased - check their site for details.
Prog-jester | 5/5 |

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