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The Dear Hunter


Crossover Prog

4.06 | 346 ratings

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4 stars Casey Crescenzo of Recieving End of Sirens semi-fame shocked me greatly with this album. A good song-writer and musician in REoS truly evolved into something more when he began working on this album.

Gone are the post-hardcore influences and a carnival of progressive rock is opened. Casey really has gone deep in his imagination on how to perform this concept album, really going far beyond alot of the Mars Volta-sound-alikes of the era(while there are some clear influences from them, but who can make an album of this genre nowadays without having a touch of Volta in it, really?).

The sound is hard to describe, a very funky proggy sound with some real rock knockout-tracks. Music to be experienced, not told about.

If you're into prog, or just plain rock, or pop for that matter, I would still recommend you to get this album because it's truly a gem to be placed in any decent record collection!


Lezaza | 4/5 |


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