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OF THE BODY PRONE

Ahleuchatistas

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.57 | 7 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars I think it is fair to say that Ahleuchatistas is not a band for the masses. Neither is it a band for most people who use ProgArchives.

The absence of any melodies and any obvious structures is the reasons for their lack of mass appeal. That again is the appeal of this band to me. It is nice to just be bombarded with weird times structures and random melody lines. This band is a very playful band and a truly avant-garde band.

Of The Body Prone is their next to most recent album. It has no obvious melodies, songs or any structures. It is also wholly instrumental, based on bass, drums and guitars. The first two tracks sets out their message though. Some intricate quirky signatures delivered with gusto. I find myself really enjoying this. The rest of the album is not of the same standard though. But I still really likes this album. It feels like a breath of fresh air in my world where I am focused on melody and time structures. Ahleuchatistas has a punk attitude to that and has discarded these notions. Besides of that; this album is an overall good album too. It is good to be confronted by albums like this and I regard Ahleuchatistas as an important band in our scene.

This is a good album and one more people should be confronted with. This is progressive rock in it's true sense.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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