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3.69 | 52 ratings

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5 stars I don't think I've ever heard a progressive rock band from Israel before. And I didn't really expect that when I finally heard one it would be such a nice surprise. Trespass debut album "In Haze of Time" is the best debut album I've heard for a very long time. They are brilliant technical musicians, but most important, their compositions are not only complex but also very fun to listen to. Trespass's music has lots of variation and a musical playfulness seldom heard in the progressive rock genre. Although their music is probably very well structured it has a very relaxed almost improvised feeling. You can hear that Trespass really love their music and what they're playing. Otherwise I often think that instrumental music, done the wrong way, can be very tedious and boring, but Trespass is actually best when they're not singing, because the vocals are their only weak spot. Fortunately the music is mostly instrumental. It's a blend of classical music, jazz-rock, progressive rock and R.I.O. (Rock in Opposition) with some reminiscences to Emerson Lake & Palmer, The Flower Kings and U.K. I hope that Trespass will release many more albums in the future, 'cause I'm their latest fan. Highly recommended!
Greger | 5/5 |


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