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INSEKT

Carptree

 

Neo-Prog

3.37 | 44 ratings

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Menswear
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4 stars Take notice.

For those who were too occupied at listening Octavarium and Deadwing, Carptree is giving you another chance, and this time seize it. The sea-green atmospheres masters from Sweden are back with an album that will finish in the final 5 of 2007, at least in MY countdown.

Carptree are so hard to describe, it became their calling card. Yeah, a cherry dark one with classy relief.

Man Made Machine was mechanical and cold, at the border of the industrial sound of veterans like Nine Inch Nails. Rejoice, Carptree is proving this time that it was not flash in the pan, but their true personnality and music credo.

On this album, you are invited to visit a domain wrapped around a deep, foggy cloud; inviting you into an office filled with insectology material­. But curiously, the office is empty and seems to have been deserted for a while. And again, the movie Se7en comes to your mind...'What happened? Where is everybody? Why are these insects all over the place? Who lives here?' Many questions are asked, and the riddle is yours to discover...

Gloomy, heavy, abrasive, generates anxiety with one thought in your head: 'I want to leave this place...but I won't.'

Menswear | 4/5 |

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