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RELOCATOR

Relocator

 

Progressive Metal

3.85 | 57 ratings

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spacefolk
4 stars The music of RELOCATOR is accessible, I would say that there are common points with Mahavishnu Orchestra. The side metal which we often find in this type of group does not make or little left from the group. We find rather a jazzy style melodic there with which is connected various influences, "Aavishkar" with its Indian atmospheres, "Proxima" and his side Jan HAMMER. Melodies develop without making us drop out because of more twisted elements. Other interesting facet, it is the presence of the violinist who brings a fluidity to the compositions. It is not necessary forgotten the rhythm section which is absolutely astonishing, it is the vertebral column of the group. Finally, the guitar and the keyboards which, as it is often the case in this music type, go of furious duels there. Derek SHERINIAN gives himself full tilt with tones of unstoppable keyboards whereas Stefan ARTWIN goes of soloes deserving of a big virtuoso there. The quality of these moments is exceptional, sometimes we wonder even which of SHERINIAN or ARTWIN executes the solo.

In conclusion, I can only recommend you this album. This young formation knew how to create a music deserving of big. It is certain that the addition of a keyboard player as Derek SHERINAIN brings to RELOCATOR a maturity that several other searches always.

spacefolk | 4/5 |

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