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4.34 | 279 ratings

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4 stars Really good surprise from another Zehul band named Eskaton. The sound is very clear. I'm able to recognize here a lost of influences (jazz, electronic or opera) but not in an evident manner and more in a smart and elegant way. From the first moment I was able to listen to this beautiful album I was sure that it will became a favorite and so it is. Every songs follows a certain pattern by mixing female voice driven parts(a la Carmina Burana) with very good rhythmic parts or other electronic/jazzy/improvising like sections. Every band or musical styles is based on something which already exists by combining the old elements with some new ideas and sometime using new instruments. Sometimes an idea could generate a new style and sometimes the introduction of a new instrument. Apparently Eskaton on this release were able to mix with enough power and imagination different influences and the result is a very well done album which deserves your attention especially if you never listened to Zeuhl music before.Highly recommended !
petrica | 4/5 |


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