Norway’s Gazpacho are one of progressive rock’s most unique entities. The darker, more haunting the subject matter, the better for this group, who’s previous album titles include March of Ghosts and Demon. Even their last album Molok claimed to have the ability to destroy the universe. What makes this band different and yet, still prog, is their ability to experiment with soundscapes, themes and ambient sounds. You won’t find this group shredding, or putting in extravagant guitar solos. In fact, that would not even make sense within the scope of what this band is able to do. With their latest album Soyuz, the band bring much of the same style as previous albums, but continue to expand their musical pallet and offer more for the listener to absorb. Once again Gazpacho have proven they belong within the upper echelon of prog bands.
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