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3.96 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. First Song
2. Interlude I
3. Could You Would You
4. Sub Rosa
5. Coda
6. Bargaining
7. Final Breath
8. Poltergeist
9. Interlude II
10. Immolation

Line-up / Musicians

- Nina Berman / vocals
- Charlotte Mundy / vocals
- Blythe Gaissert / vocals
- Andrew McKenna Lee / guitar
- Paul Orbell / guitar
- Jeff Gretz / drums
- Jude Traxler / percussion, Rhodes, electronics
- Joseph Higgins / bass

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Format: CD, Digital, Vinyl
November 10, 2017

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THE KNELLS Knells II ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
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Collectors/fans only (20%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars US project THE KNELLS is the brainchild of composer and instrumentalist Andrew McKenna Lee, an artist with quite an eclectic career and skill set, from what I can recall from the marketing information submitted with the first CD by The Knells a few years back. "Knells II" is the band's second album, and was released through McKenna Lee's own label Still Sound Records in 2017.

Just where to place this album in terms of style is a challenge. Eclectic for sure, with it's blend of elements from jazz, blues, psychedelic rock and classical music, and arguably from progressive electronic music as well. All explored inside a progressive rock context. The amazing thing is that the material isn't all that demanding to listen to either. The vocals obviously has a lot to say there, but this is in fact an album I'd describe as sophisticated yet also with a rather broad appeal. And obviously a production to seek out if you tend to enjoy material that resides within the more eclectic parts of the progressive rock universe.

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