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Eclectic Prog

3.96 | 198 ratings

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4 stars I hope this, the second album from Profusion, will bring the band the success it deserves.

The music is a blend of powerful prog, with hints of pop sensabilities, all done with superb musicianship from all in the group. The best comparison I can make is that there is a similarity to my ears with the music of Karmakanik. On a base of classic symphonic prog, Profusion blends in a fair amount of metal riffs, but also adds in the diversity of groups such as Queen and 10CC in their sound.

Precision seems to be a key to their sound. A tight rhythm section of drummer Vladimer Sichinava and bassist Luca Cambi never let up, while guitarist Thomas Laguzzi and keyboardist Gionatan Caradonna creat interesting tones and splendid solos. Vocalist Luca Latini has a very clear tone, reminding me at times of early Steve Walsh of Kansas, but mostly of Kasim Sultan of Utopia.

We are a only third of the way through the year, but there is a strong possibility that this will be near the top of my list for favorites of 2012.

Evolver | 4/5 |


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