Wobbler - Afterglow CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.82 | 201 ratings

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4 stars Gorgeous, startling, grandiose, haunting and jaunty are five (of many) words that help to describe Wobbler's sophomore album. Lars F.F. & co. have done it again, unleashing a breathtaking symphonic prog album on its listeners. Wobbler make no bones about it - they love old-school analog keyboards and wonderfully complex arrangements, as evidenced by their excellent debut album Hinterland. Afterglow is a most worthy successor, featuring nods to their many influences (Anglagard, Gentle Giant and some of the better Italian prog bands of the early-mid 70s seem to be the strongest flavours).

Any Symphonic Prog lover will lap this stuff up like a dog at his water dish on a hot August day. This dose of power and beauty comes very highly recommended! Well done, Wobbler!

Progatron | 4/5 |


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