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CRASHING ICONS

Absolute Zero

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.55 | 41 ratings

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snobb
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4 stars Debut and the only studio album of US avant prog band Absolute Zero is really great recording!

Canterbury legend drummer Pip Pyle is on board and he shows his best drumming there, but other two musicians - band's leader Enrique Jardines and keyboardist/vocalist Aislinn Quinn are both highest class musicians.

Album contains very complex mix of free jazz, fusion, chamber avant, Cantrebury, etc. Everything is technically played at the excellent level. To be honest, this music strongly reminds me many Japanese avant-prog bands because of its complexity and very high techniques level of musicianship .Main difference is there are no such usual for Japanese releases hardcore brutality and dark atmosphere.

Great work even if easy accessible! My rating is 4+!

snobb | 4/5 |

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