Gazpacho - March of Ghosts CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.96 | 347 ratings

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Toxteth Toaster
4 stars Why have I never heard of this band. They're a surprisingly talented group for a bunch of Norwegian rockers named after cold soup. Performed with admirable emotion, I am reminded instantly of H era Marillion with perhaps a slightly smaller harmonic vocabulary. I am only slightly frustrated by the accent on the singing, however this is a thing that normally can make a break an album for me. This album is a solid 4 stars and perhaps after more listens it could reach 4.5 perhaps. Listening to this made me look out for more of their tunes and I found an absolute cracker that sadly none of the songs match up to on this album; Massive Illusion from Night. Gazpacho do what I want to hear musically with just a bit too much riverdancey folk bits.
Toxteth Toaster | 4/5 |


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