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IN A FLESH AQUARIUM

Unexpect

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.13 | 237 ratings

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FroSniTe
5 stars Dans Un Aquarium de Chair (In French)

Well, this is my first review on PA and English is my second language... But let's talk about uneXpect.

Post-Humans circus freaks eating cyberpunks in outer-negated-conscience is what they are as musicians...

An avant-garde taste of psycho-metallic rampage... They sometimes have a very aggressive approach, but incredibly sophisticated and melodic at the same time.

2-Feasting Fools, 4-Summoning Scenes and 10-Psychic Jugglers being the highlights for me.

I usually don't take much time on reading the lyrics, but these guys and girl are really creative and extreme to write such weird but interesting thoughts. I also noticed that they sometimes sing French words backwards, which sounds pretty good!

Their influences are numerous like: Death metal, jazz fusion, circus sounds and themes, ambiances, opera, synths, experimental.

Well, a very interesting group that clearly deserve attention from the progressive community. I'm proud to say they come from Montréal and it's good to see that they are starting to be recognized as being part of this ultimate progressive archive.

Montréal, Québec

FroSniTe | 5/5 |

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