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Live at Kramus Deluxe Studio

Review by Gary Hill

It's a safe bet a lot of people will argue with this landing in prog. It's noisy. It's raw. It's also proggy in a modern way. This probably best fits under post prog, but that's close enough. There is a good amount of psychedelia and garage band built into the sound. This is short, but potent.
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Track by Track Review

This comes in noisy. It pounds out from there with a cool fuzz laden sound. This gets a major parental advisory on the lyrics. The vocal arrangement has a modern rock vibe to it. This is very much DIY type stuff. There is actually a bit of a modern prog edge to this thing, though.

Ready or Not

This one is almost heavy metal in some ways. It's very raw. Yet, there is a definite post prog element at play here. Somehow this is almost AOR in some ways.

While the main elements we've heard before are still present on this cut, there is a lot of psychedelia built into it. Additionally, this has some definite prog in the weird shifts and turns.
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