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A Big Goodbye


Heavy Prog

3.63 | 78 ratings

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3 stars Another great debut album.

The prog rock scene is very much alive & (in particular) kicking. A Big Goodbye debuts with this kicking album. An album that style wise is in the modern prog category. References are Radiohead, Muse and Porcupine Tree. But the saxophone also gives this band an extra dimension. A dimension they should play on in the rest of their career to stand out from the rest of the crowd. The vocals are great and so is the sound. A sound which is beefy and guitars dominated. Keyboards adds extra textures to the sound. Gigs promotors beware; this band is surely killers on stage because they have a great live sound.

The songs are very good. I am missing a signature track which would had made the band stand out from the crowd. But as a debut album, this is more than acceptable. I think we can expect great things from this band in the future. A band to watch for the future, me thinks.

3.5 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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