Friday, 13 April 2018

Entropia - Invisible (2018)


The debut album from this Spanish band.

Entropia is a quartet with a lineup of guitars, Hammond organ, keyboards, bass, drums and Spanish vocals.

The band is from the Basque province of Spain and this is their first dip into the progressive rock water. A water considerably colder than the water in the Biscayne Bay.

What are we getting here ?

Let's take some psychedelic rock, add some space rock, a lot of traditional Spanish hard rock and a lot of vintage 1970s rock. Then add some symphonic prog too.

The Hammond organ and the Spanish vocals is adding a lot of colours and textures to their music. There is also some good guitars here.

There is no hiding that fans of Spanish prog and rock, and I am one of them, will find a lot of goodies on this fifty minutes long album. This album is a kind of an update of the 1970s Spanish scene and takes it into 2018. The sound is really modern and relevant too. 

I have some reservations about the quality of this album. But it is still a good album and one I would recommend.

3 points



 

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