Harvest Aorta

by Ephemeral Sun

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Sven B. Schreiber
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Sven B. Schreiber I'd put this band into the post-rock or post-metal category, rather than prog rock, due to their extensive repetitive textures they build up throughout their (partly extremely long) compositions - although several of their melodic and harmonic concepts clearly are borrowed from the prog genre. It doesn' t really matter anyway - whatever this music is in theory, it's overwhelming in practice, for sure. Favorite track: springsong.
Stephen Speelman
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Stephen Speelman This is top notch Prog Rock!
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springsong 12:56
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prism 09:39
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memoirs 04:53
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"Harvest Aorta" is over an hour of powerful, heavy instrumental symphonic rock with dark complex instrumental passages and extended adventures in theme and variation. Mastered by Simon Heyworth, known for his work with progressive rock legends such as King Crimson and Marillion, the diversity and intensity of "Harvest Aorta" often rivals the heaviness of metal bands, the cinematic experience of soundscape artists, and the complex arrangements and lush tones of jazz and avantgarde music.

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released January 1, 2010

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Ephemeral Sun is a heavy instrumental symphonic rock band known for their dark and complex compositions. Appealing to a wide range of musical tastes, their albums rival the heaviness of metal bands, the cinematic experience of soundscape artists, and the complex arrangements and lush tones of jazz and avant-garde music. ... more

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