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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.62 | 59 ratings

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3 stars Greylevel from Canada manage to capture my attention with their second release from 2011 named Hypostatic Union. The band was formed since 2001 nad they release so far only 2 albums, both quite good recived both by fans and critics. Lenghty album, clocking over an hour with spacey prog passages melted with some more modern aproach to prog not far from Pinneaple Thief offerings or No-Man music or with early Porcupine Tree albums. lenght pieces, 5 out of 8 are over 8 min, with nice musicianship, dark atmosphere here and there, accesible in many parts but yet quite complicated in arrangements, also is technical but yet emotional. Pieces like Memory Remains or Pale blue dot are definetly winners, showing that Greylevel have potential to penetrate moder prog scene and going shoulder to shoulder with big names of the genre. For me definetly a good album, not quite fantastic but more then ok , desearves for sure attention for fans of aformentioned bands. 3 stars maybe 3.5 in places.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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