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SEŅORAI

Hesus Attor

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.03 | 6 ratings

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tupan
4 stars Seņorai is an EP released for free by the Avant-Prog band Hesus Attor, through their label Gengeer Records. Thats' fine material, let's make a review track by track:

1 - Pardonian Clouds (3:29): the first song is mellow and atmospheric, don't have much "avant-gardism", so it's actually very acessible to many prog listeners. Nice start!

2 - Seņorai (5:47): This one is semi-atmospheric, with an agressive part from the middle to the end. In the beginning there are some "samurai talking" in the background. The chorus (well, seems to be a chorus) is very interesting, sung in spanish!

3 - Psyclick (4:07): From this song to the end, the things begin to be more avant-gardish. Sounds like Primus getting more crazy, with some electronica in the background. Excellent!

4 - Vox Of Archibald (4:15): This album was constructed in a crescendo, being the last track completely crazy! Lots of influence by Patton/Zappa/Primus, but wothout being derivative. Great ending for this release!

Conclusion: Seņorai is a must-have for Avant-garde maniacs, but have appeal to the average prog listener. Was released for free, so there's no escuse to not listen!

tupan | 4/5 |

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