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Eclectic Prog

2.80 | 7 ratings

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4 stars This first ALQUIBENCIL record is a good example o fthe noisy prog school appeared in Spain in the 1990īs (in the vein of Dificil Equilibrio, with whom they have played live), much in the vein of a fiery jazz rock, very much influenced by King Crimson, John Zorn or Primus. Lots of distorted guitars, fiery rhytms and aggressive vibes. Although being a short lived band, they had great influence at their time in the underground scene. Highly reccommended for those interested in the noisy side of prog; those interested in melodic songs, donīt try it.
victor77 | 4/5 |


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