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SEAS OF CHANGE

Galahad

 

Neo-Prog

3.91 | 309 ratings

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mitarai_panda
3 stars Galahad is previewing the new album "Seas of Change" in 18 years, but it's already on bandcamp. Before they just released the album, I said too popular too soft, it is a bit far from the avant-garde. This one is very avant-garde form, only one song, a full 42 minutes. A mix of musical styles, such as pastoral flok, traditional rock, heavier guitars, and some electronic music. On the instrument, joined the flute, clarinet, saxophone, more abundant. Overall, the beginning of the music is more like folk songs, accompanied by male singing, behind the guitar gradually joined the combos behind the fuel fueled, the keyboard began to walk, quite avant-garde feeling. Then heavier guitars and drums entered, the strings were rendered in the back atmosphere, followed by a large number of vocal singing into the topic. The introduction of some mid-level electronic music, with heavy guitar and chorus, followed by crazy synthesizer sounded, 15-25 minutes this section is still more interesting. The last is still good, but always feel a little similar to the front, and finally attributed to the singer. Although it is good to hear, but lack of innovation than the wobbler's long song "From Silence to Somewhere" that is much worse, the overall Samsung semi-evaluation.
mitarai_panda | 3/5 |

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