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3.79 | 50 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars Incredible, what a progressive rock in the most pure tradition! The first track from this Finnish band is titled "Örn", it starts with swinging keyboards (pump organ!) and theatrical chorus. Halfway wailing violins and a Pavarotti-like voice enter and in the end we can enjoy a distorted guitar. The tracks "Hämärän joutomaa" and " Kaivoonkatsoja" contain an ominous atmosphere with Fripperian guitarwork. The song "Luottamus" sounds mellow featuring oboe and a beautiful finale with acoustic guitar and violin. Most of the other compositions sound very complex and experimental, not really accessible but more than adventurous: frequently changing climates, experimental sounds, theatrical vocals, a wide range of instruments and strong guitarplay (like in "Myrskynmusiikkia"). To be discovered!
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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