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Audio CD, August 18, 2011
Hailing from Kobe in Japan, QUASER performs Progressive rock of the highest quality. Originally in the vein of AIN SOPH or KENSO, the band ventures even further in the EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER territory, and knows how to electrify things when needed. Jointly published by the Musea and Poseidon labels, the fourth album ""Delta Flux"" (2011) opens with guitar riffs worth of the best Progressive heavy-metal bands arounds, duelling with a fierce Hammond organ. Only a second later, the gentle symphonic side takes control, led by delicate piano notes and typical nippon vocals. There are rhythm changes all over the place, creating a refreshing musical maelstrom. Let's note several guest-musicians, including a violin player, and a cover-version of PROKOFIEV's ""Enemy God"". Not to be missed !
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