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Post Rock/Math rock

3.97 | 107 ratings

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4 stars Wow ! The most intense listening session I had ever been through.

This band from Boston must have been good at math in secondary. It's one of the weirdest debuts ever. How can you do a first album with a 37 minute song ? Well I don't know. Perhaps they know the awnser. In this long song, this trio and some session musicians brought us an epic that has everything. Weird soundscapes, guitar sounds la King Crimson, themes that keep changing every thirty seconds, drums in the styles of Billy Cobham and Neil Peart, distortioned saxophones and trumpet that sounds like Miles Davis and an not so epic finale. That's the little problem. The production hasn't the best quality and the epic is a little messy

But if you are a math-rock fan, get this album right now. You will not be dissapointed.

geneyesontle | 4/5 |


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