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Bossk

 

Experimental/Post Metal

3.25 | 7 ratings

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FarBeyondProg
3 stars This is the second and final release from this Brittish Post-Rock/Metal band, and like the last one its pretty much the same, its the type of music i would put on as background music but wouldnt listen to all the time, theres a cool couple of new features the band have added this time around, they gave the songs titles this time.

DEFINE's riff at the start reminds me a lot of something off of Cave-In's Antena album, it just has this solid almost stoner like groove before sounding like Explosions in the Sky and Mastodon having a jamming session, the second song TRUTH (the longer one) is somewhat different this time relying on beauty at the start before rearing its ugly head near the end for some amazing Cult Of Luna/Rosetta style screaming from the vocalist and also some nice clean vocals before climbing into the stratosphere never to be seen again.

Again i cant moan about the production qulaity as it is steller, giving every instrument a moment or two to shine;

Define - 7/10 Truth - 8/10

My Conclusion? Again no supprises, another solid proformance from this great young band, unfortunatly they broke up shortly before they could release the 3rd one so noone really knows if they could have bettered themselves or not, but eh, best not to think about that and just enjoy the music.

FarBeyondProg | 3/5 |

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