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The style is very technical and atmospheric, yet quite varied in sound and technique.
On "Atmas Heave", a piece filled with crushing riffage, there is a great slap bass section to complement the crunch of the double bass drumming.
I really can't emphasize enough how fresh and original this album will be for any fan of prog rock/metal or progressive music in general.
The music is really good, the musicians are superb. I must say the quality of it is magnific, exotic and hard.
Really good. Read more
Great band, great album, especially for someone who enjoys progressive rock. Very few if any other bands out there that sound like this band Aghora. A must for any fan of music!Published on February 12, 2010 by S. Klinge
Hey Flunk! I grew up in Berthoud. Small freakin' world.
I found Aghora's first album because of Sean Reinert, who I was amazed by on Cynic's Focus and Death's Human... Read more
If you liked their self-titled debut album, then you will most likely love "Formless". This is Aghora in all their glory, their musical idea fully realized. Read morePublished on February 8, 2009 by Flunk
This is so much more interesting record than their debut. Although Sean Malone is no longer playing here, new replacement (Alan Goldstein) on fretless is giving great results. Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by B. Bartoszewski
... And surprised I was. I received this CD from a friend of mine. I don't usually like music the first time I hear it, never mind love it, but, this is actually deserving of... Read morePublished on April 6, 2008 by Christopher Wood
This Album is better than the first one, the new singer Diana Serra is more standard and melodic than Danishta Rivero who sang in the first recording. Read morePublished on April 10, 2007 by Harry Boschini
This album has been a long time in the making, and whether out of nostalgia, compassion, or simple lack of willpower, I had originally given it a rating/review that now, after more... Read morePublished on February 15, 2007 by Boris Kaplun