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Nth Ascension



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4 stars Channelling amalgam of early Marillion (Fish-era), Rush, IQ and Arena, the new British group NTH ASCENSION have delivered a debut CD 'Frequencies Of Day And Night''. Anyone who was in part of vibrant neoprogressive rock scene in the 80's era, can find elements of this release really nostalgic. Songwriting is of a high quality. All compositions are melodic, incorporating a variety of good motifs. The trademark is the energy of performance. Some dramatic and quieter pieces are included as well. This quartet consists of: Michael Alan Taylor (bass guitar, lead singing), Darrel Treece-Birch (keyboards), Martin Walker (guitars) and Craig Walker (drums & percussion). So, take a moment and familiarize yourself with what is here... If there're quibbles, it's only on the production side. Otherwise, 'Frequencies Of Day And Night' is a solid visiting card. We have only just gotten to the tip of what's possible for these talented guys.
PH | 4/5 |


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