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4.03 | 474 ratings

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5 stars This is one of the brightest post-rock/progressive albums, knowing that Gazpacho makes a type of progressive/post artsy alternative rock that is similar to Marillion, Anathema, Kent or Porcupine Tree. It's slow, plodding post-rock with melancholy melodies, diverse instruments and wistful vocals. March of the Ghosts, the band's 7th record and second on KScope, is what I would call a really good record . I love the instrumentation and the writing and the band's hybrid progressive sound definitely fits in with labelmates Porcupine Tree and Anathema, which is a great compliment to the band. The 4 intertwined tracks 'Hell Freezes Over' I-IV, have a really beautiful, anthemic chorus that finally culminates in something that borders on 'heavy' on the final track of the album.
ProgAlia | 5/5 |


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