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Nine Stones Close

 

Neo-Prog

3.07 | 21 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
2 stars Nine Stone Close is self confessed Marillion addicts. So why this music then ? I guess that is explained in the interview I did with it's mainman some time ago. I refer to that interview.

What they have produced here on this, their debut album is post-rock with some heavy guitars and doom metal connotations. A band called Trouble springs to mind. Shoe gazing melody lines gets washed over by some heavy guitars and then return to being introvert again. This is basically how this album goes.

The problem and my main gripe is the lack of some great, even good songs here. There is none, to be brutally honest. The musicians does their best and lives on scraps of bones and meat throughout these thirty-eight minutes. There is nothing here which really leaves an impact on me. It is a decent album and that's it.

This album is a free download from their website so check it out yourself.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |

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