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4.05 | 36 ratings

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4 stars This band started to write this album in January 2020 and was recorded in a five days session in Minneapolis. The first track showcases some delicious Hammond organ not too far from Jon Lord. The bass sound is strong and as always the rhythm section solid. The band has light a fire here in this first song. The second track they let the fire burn with some lighter passage of flute and piano keeping the fire alive with some busy drums and guitar. The title track delivers some spacey atmosphere and a sound that reminds me of the Swedish band Landberk. This instrumental music that sounds at times like a control improvisation adds a little psychedelic touch with the guitar play of Mark Ilaug. The track ''Zathers'' starts peacefully with some tasty guitar parts and piano that gets on the heavy side slowly. This new recording shows a band that did not disappoint again for those who enjoy heavy instrumental music that brings a variety of moods.
rdtprog | 4/5 |


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