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ABSOLUTE ZERO

Tetrafusion

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.34 | 16 ratings

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Mr. Mustard
5 stars I don't know how I found this, but I am so glad I did. Everything I like in music is here: great melodies, harmonies, a good variety and integration of different instrument, and no annoying vocals. The production is sharp, and the music is extremely tight and clean.

There are a variety of different styles present on this album. The obvious first choice is progressive metal, as the majority of the album's sound is obtained through heavy guitar riffs. There is also a slight jazz fusion feel especially in the bass and in the use of keys, like in the song 'Gravity.' In some other parts they just have a simple progressive rock feel.

As far as the individual songs go it is hard to explain them on a track to track basis because they flow so well. I prefer to think of the whole album as one 57-minute epic.

Overall, Absolute Zero by Tetrafusion is nothing you haven't probably already heard, but it is played so well there are no dull moments at all. I wish there was an easier way to go about discovering this kind of stuff because it's so buried and unknown.

9/10

Mr. Mustard | 5/5 |

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