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Tribal Tech


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.89 | 25 ratings

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4 stars Quite often nowadays metal fusion means instrumental rock with some jazz-rock elements (often - not too many). There is a different case with Tribal Tech. Their last to time album is jazz-fusion under the skin.

This album is fully improvisational jam played by very technical musicians. Even if pure-electric and very energetic, you can easily feel their jazz-roots. Guitar solos are based in Holdsworth tradition, rich bass is often very funky. All music sound technically very strong, any listener will be attracted excellent interplays.

The main this album's problem is composition. Being a great musicians in sense of improv technique and musicianship, the band recorded unfocused jam, which hardly can attract regular listener for repeating listening. Electric fusion fans could be more interested however.

Still really strong album, around 3,5.

snobb | 4/5 |


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