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Experimental/Post Metal

4.04 | 34 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Absolutely furious, yet enjoyable depiction of hell. The main thing that will probably attract you is this orchestrated arrangement of songs (piano, some horns and most importantly [and mostly being heard], trumpets). They really improves otherwise boring music this way. Well, it's 21th century, it's even new decade and one have to find new directions in which he makes music. This reminds me Diablo Swing Orchestra a little bit with its Dance Macabre cabaret feeling. There are some parts reminding Hawkwind's Edge of Time (spoken parts) and also endings sounds like mixture of Ska & Brass music at times. On the top of it all, this is absolutely furiously melodic music (how desperately are they trying to be melodic. Sad thing is that this band, being Japan (which is quite unusual for such kind of music) is virtually forgotten.

4(+), alive and kicking for next decade.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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