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Far Corner

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.13 | 56 ratings

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4 stars Wow. 4.49 stars! (I felt like they can do better sometimes ;) )

It makes me wonder but I can easily listen to FAR CORNER and enjoy their music. I’ve never been ZART fan; I’m a newbie to the genre, and I never look on purpose for Avant-related releases. But this one made me interested – once I’ve enjoyed immensely UNIVERS ZERO’s “Heresie”, and FAR CORNER were said to be the same way beautifully dark and frightening. Yes, I know, 99 % of Chamber Rock bands are usually compared to UZ, but FC had something special about them. As if some voice told me: “Get them and nobody else”, and so I did. Being a sucker to a genre, I must admit the only thing – yes, FAR CORNER are like UZ’s “Heresie”, and it’s awesome fact. Dark, complex, frightening, depressive, intense…I like it! Some tracks are more Avant, some are more fusion-related, some are very driving and rocky, some are like Emerson on acid :) . I liked the whole thing and it’s hard to me to determine the best track or favourite bit…There are things that are better as a whole. FAR CORNER is exactly from this kind of things, from the dark side of the Prog. Please, take a listen to that one, it’s stunning. My favourite modern Chamber release for now…and I feel like I need more!

Prog-jester | 4/5 |

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