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Great Wide Nothing



3.46 | 25 ratings

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3 stars US threesome GREAT WIDE NOTHING is a fairly recent formation, the band tracing it's roots back to 2017 and then finding their current shape and name in the summer of 2018. So far revolving around the creative skills of Daniel Graham, the band released their debut album "View From Olympus" in the spring of 2019.

Those who know, love and treasure keyboards dominated progressive rock bands that opts for the use of vintage sounding instruments to explore their very own brand of retro-oriented progressive rock should find a lot to enjoy on this debut album. In a symphonic progressive rock meets neo-progressive rock kind of manner, with the dramatic flair of the former and the atmospheric laden presence of the latter. The choice of lead vocal style as well as the quality of the overall mix and production will probably limit the overall reach of this album a bit though, so those who know they are sensitive to any of those issues should have a closer listen prior to grabbing this one to add to their music collection.

Windhawk | 3/5 |


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