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HORROR EXPRESS

Matthew Parmenter

 

Neo-Prog

3.69 | 85 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars Matthew Parmenter continues to impress with his multi-instrumentalist chops on Horror Express. Musically speaking, it's a lot like his last album in that it's essentially Parmenter advancing the Discipline sound by himself; that means a lot of influence from Van der Graaf Generator and Peter Hammill, smoothed out with a range of other symphonic and neo-prog influences and combined with the theatricality of Gabriel-era Genesis. Parmenter impresses with the range of instruments he masters over the course of the album, whilst the subject matter of the songs remains as dark and troubling as we've come to expect from the spooky mime of prog.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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