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Knifeworld - Bottled Out Of Eden CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.63 | 63 ratings

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5 stars Bottled Out Of Eden is perhaps Knifeworld's most accessible record, but ultimately the most satisfying too. With lashings of Gong-infused space rock (High/Aflame) and Canterbury Scene bands such as Hatfield & the North, Knifeworld manage to bring these diverse influences into 2016, and hopefully reach the next generation of prog audiences. Personal favourites include Foul Temple (according to frontman Kavus Torabi about a hopeful vision of a society where the evil people are defeated and the 'good guys' build a new world out of the remains), The Deathless and Feel the Sorcery (perhaps the album's single?). Highly recommended to anyone seeking the lighter side of prog, but with plenty of thinking required too. I had it playing in my room non-stop for a week.
Julianofprog | 5/5 |


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