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Crossover Prog

4.03 | 474 ratings

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4 stars Gazpacho with March Of Ghosts submit their own genre and their own musical signature. Now they can claim that their music is unique. March Of Ghosts is combination of layers more than anything which are faded into each other artistically. The album is full of emotions, full of genres, full of short stories. Gazpacho can tell the stories by music and it's amazing! March of Ghosts is a lovely mixture of ambient, folk, post-progressive, classical, art rock and even a lit a bit jazz elements. March of Ghosts was much better than I'd expected because the follow-up albums often aren't good enough and despite of this, March of Ghosts was definitely better than Missa Atropos. Personally speaking, I think the new album would be a turning point in their musical history! With March of Ghosts, they raised expectations so the next record would be a tough one.
yazdankm | 4/5 |


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