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Experimental/Post Metal

4.07 | 269 ratings

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3 stars A very interesting debut by a promising polish band. Music of Indukti lies somewhere between Larks' era King Crimson's visionary and Tool's complexity. And while not sounding either as adventurous as the former or spiritual as the latter, they develop a very intriguing sound.

There are seven songs on S.U.S.A.R. and most of them are instrumental. Freder starts off with harp intro and futures a marvelous vocalization in the middle of the composition by Riverside front man Mariusz Duda. His guest appearance is also notable on two other songs: Cold Inside...I and Shade. Both no. 11812 and no. 11811 are very Crimson sounding (with an excellent violin work by Ewa Jablonska), while Uluru and ...and Weak II reminds more Tool with its aggressive and crunchy dual guitar assault.

S.U.S.A.R. has some flaws, though. Some o the compositions are undeveloped. The musicians sometimes overspill tunes into extra minutes that were never needed. The most notable examples are the two last tracks. Despite this, Indukti's debut is very powerful (to retain the energy of a live performance, S.U.S.A.R. was recorded live in the studio) and I hope to hear more of them soon. Definitely good, but not quite essential.

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