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Crossover Prog

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Pseudo/Sentai - Bansheeface

Another concept album by the superheroes Blue and Red, or Scott and Greg. Original as ever, the band planned something quite special from the very beggining. It feels like playing a retro videogame but slowly it gets progressive and turns into a weird pop, multi-layered rock featuring a hard psychological abuse of rhythmic boundaries. I feel these guys are listening too much to Cardiacs and stuff, really, the chord progression is far unusual and it could take some time to fully memorize a track if you're not paying the right attention. Hard to describe their music. Ecletic technical art pop with a tip of avant-metal background. Or maybe Crossover Prog, that's it. They got electronics, acoustic passages, and the main vocals reminds me of 30 Seconds to Mars, unfortunattely or not. Taliking about Mars, their music feels close to The Mars Volta sometimes... Anyway, this album is a trauma for me, because Greg sent me this material before the release and I got into a car accident while listening to his music. I think this is the perfect music for a spaceship drunk dwarf party at a mushroom shaped disco room. I wanted write a longer review but I'm feeling like PA's Allan Poe and currently I can only write short texts because of my unbalanced mental state.

VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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