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Prog Folk

4.06 | 43 ratings

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4 stars Tenhi's most accomplished work, Maašet, is such a trip to escandinavian cold forests and mountains. The sound is somber, deep, dark, resonant, slow-paced yet sometimes hard (as loud as an acoustic band could play) and the vocal style is pretty slow and grunt, almost guttural, and mostly non-melodic. It's hard to spot the highlights on this, since every track seems to come from the same piece, as the sound isn't extremely varied. The sound approaches to post-rock a bit sometimes, though Tenhi is here as a prog folk band, and that's exactly why I didn't give the fifth star; according to my personal prog criteria, Maašet is an excellent adition to the casual prog collection, although a masterpiece of contemporary music. Always reccomended, here, there and everywhere. Four stars.
sircosick | 4/5 |


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