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IN A FLESH AQUARIUM

Unexpect

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.17 | 229 ratings

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pianomandust
5 stars I stumbled upon this band in a random iTunes excursion, and I think that I have found a true gem of music. I have listened to this album for a few months now and can safely say that-get ready- i love it. I don't understand too many of the vocals, but in this case, I feel it is ok. This music can't really be catorgorized except for the fact that it uses many different stylistic influences with odd time signatures, a lot of death metal vox, and really groovy multi-layered sections. Use of the tritone is abundant in this album, and dissonance equals beauty.

The musicianship is bar-none, with many different moods used to evoke, well, some strange emotions. The instruments are the high point of this album for me, with technical piano and slap bass throughout. I absolutely love the use of chromaticism in this album. There really isn't too much to say about this album, except that you should listen to it if you are ready for something different than Dream Theater....and I mean WAY different.

pianomandust | 5/5 |

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