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GRAVEYARD MOUNTAIN HOME

Chroma Key

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.75 | 66 ratings

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arqwave
5 stars The first thing that comes to my mind is that strange "style" this site has given to this band: prog-metal. Is as far from it as Neptune from the sun. This record is a masterpiece in it's own, because is a strange effort of creating music to an old movie, and getting the feelings and impressions of that particular event. The record is basically an ambient journey, a main carachter with no face, a very minimalistic show of music, textures, colors, voices etc., the music is so mesmerizing and beautiful that the continuty of the record makes you get lost and listen to it from beggining to end in just one breathe, in here there are no anchor points, no "best pieces" the album IS an entire perfect piece. With this record, Kevin Moore show us how mature has becomes, forgeting all of his formal education and finding a niche in the muscial graveyard of masters. For the cusrious listener this album is really strange beacuse is not the characteristic CHROMA KEY record, and not even close to Moore's background, is a different statement, a statement that will be timeless from now on.
arqwave | 5/5 |

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