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Tag: Djent

Persona – Animal

It keeps the energy levels up almost all the way through, and flashes off fiery technicality in an elegant way that doesn’t distract from the energy and feel of the music.

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VOLA – Witness

VOLA has produced a style transcending album that is catchy, well produced, heavier than their previous productions, but still one of those albums that in a few years’ time you’ll still put on because it never gets tiring.

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The Lylat Continuum – Ephemeral

The Lylat Continuum is a great ensemble of musicians with a clear intention to combine and push all their influences into a cohesive and innovative narrative, which has resulted in an excellent debut album that should put them on many prog fans’ radars.

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Intervals – Circadian

On his latest offering, our guitar hero, Aaron Marshall has prepared eight skillfully refined bangers, blending hooky melodies, engaging groovy riffs and some seriously fun vibin’.

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RO1 – 18

This album sounds like a professional piece of art that could easily top many releases from well-established prog bands and artists.

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Mobius – Kala

“Kala” is a fantastic sophomore full-length offering from Mobius. It’s filled with surprising twists and turns, innovative songwriting and a refreshing take on progressive metal and djent. There is a sense of time moving forward, towards the future with this album, and personally, it is a future I’m looking very much forward to”.

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Illumishade – ECLYPTIC: Wake of Shadows

Illumishade’s debut album “ECLYPTIC: Wake of Shadows”, side project of Eluveitie’s Fabienne Erni and Jonas Wolf, is a superbly balanced genre-bending record ranging from progressive djent to symphonic metal and melodic rock.

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Hago – Hago

“Hago – an astonishing debut album that is highly recommended for all fans of instrumental jazz/fusion/metal” 4,5/5★

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TesseracT – Sonder

“Sonder shows TesseracT at their most angry since years, yet it features some of their most ethereal moments ever. […] The next step in the natural evolution of the unstoppable force that is TesseracT is here.” 4,5/5★

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Schizofrantik – Ripping Heartaches

“”Ripping Heartaches” is not for the faint of heart – as the title suggests. An insane roller coaster ride for fans of Zappa-esque music as well as for adventurous Jazz-, Djent- and Avantgarde Metal lovers.” 4/5★

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Kadinja – Ascendancy

It took me some time to get around this album but now I can say without a doubt that “Ascencandy” is a true raw gem mixing rough and heavy sounds with tight rhythm sections topped with amazing vocals. Based in Paris, it is the first full length album of the band and they have done a great job at pushing djent/tech metal to another level. 4/5 ★

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