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THE PIRATE SHIP QUINTET

The Pirate Ship Quintet

 

Post Rock/Math rock

4.55 | 12 ratings

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Prog-jester
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5 stars Before checking them out the only thing I knew was that they're from England and their debut EP was mixed by CULT OF LUNA guys. Enough for you?

Well, there's nothing related to Sludgy Post-Metal Swedish CoL plays. TPSQ are instrumental, dark and epic as hell. I mean seriously - with pieces ranging from 8'45'' to 11'00'' you can't be called 'song- oriented' or whatever. Each track has those long-build-ups and mindblowing crescendoes any post- rocker adores, and this is where we have the main PRO for checking this band out: these things really work here. They're melodic, memorable, dramatic (yep, a truly Godspeedian vibe in each track!), long but never boring. Yet another Post-Rock band you say? If you dare to say that about YNDI HALDA, THE PIRATE SHIP QUINTET, NEIL ON IMPRESSION or JOHNNYTWENTYTHREE, I'm afraid I'll have to send my men to you. And they'll show you how to respect da real true Epic Post-Rock. Recommended, you ask? Yes!!!

Prog-jester | 5/5 |

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