Beautiful music created with the heart, in a stream of pure improvisation, captured live without editing. Just as it came pouring from the passion and expertise of Shahriyar Jamshidi and Raphael Weinroth-Browne bringing together two different musical heritages, two different cultures that when both agree and hold each other’s hands, make clear we’re no different at all. This album is a celebration of music, of life and creation. Whether you’re into chamber instrumental music or not, I can only recommend you to buy this album now. It is one of the best things you could do today. 5/5 ★Read More
What might be considered ‘prog’ in “Of Adoration” is that Zaius venture into adding not only interesting changing rhythmic patterns, but the aforementioned general djent-post-rock-instrumental-album formula is entirely dismissed. This produces a fresh approach against the current trends in instrumental prog/post-rock music. 3,5/5Read More
Do you wish you had more Death, Control Denied and Cynic albums to listen to? Then this one is for you. “So True, So Bound” by Exist carries the torch in the progressive-meets-technical death metal department with heavy, atmospheric and intricate songs that will leave you wanting for more. Luckily they have another album and an EP out to tide you over.Read More
“Urn” represents an evolution for the band, taking everything that makes them Ne Obliviscaris into the superlative. With outstanding work in all instruments and vocals, as well as incredible songwriting, the band has managed to outdo themselves once more.Read More
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