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US quartet FROSKULL can trace it's history way back to 2005, and a band at that time called Flux Punch. When that band dissolved in 2007, vocalist and guitarist Stephen Rockford Hammond launched a solo career, that at some point developed into The Stephen Rockford Hammond Band. As the style of the band developed and new members came into this band, Froskull was chosen as their new moniker in 2012. Froskull subsequently released their self-titled debut album in 2014.

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Froskull Crossover Prog

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4 stars US band FROSKULL was formed in 2012 as a direct continuation and the developed version of the formation previously known as Stephen Rockford Hammond Band. Their self-titled debut album dates back to 2014, and was released through the band leader Stephen Hammond's own label.

Quirky, challenging and rather adventurous progressive rock of a contemporary nature is what Froskull provides us with on their self-titled debut album, a short and compact 12-song affair that should appeal to those who enjoy a band that appears to blend challenging escapades with compelling features. If Frank Zappa and Uhmphreys McGee had ever teamed up, music not too unlike this might have been the end result. If that sounds like a compelling description, this is a band you perhaps might want to investigate further.

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