Thursday, 18 April 2019

Galahad - Seas Of Change (2018)


The 12th album from this British band.

Galahad was a quintet on this album with a lineup of guitars, keyboards, bass, drums, orchestrations and vocals.
A guest musician provided clarinet, flute and female vocals.

The band's output has been of various genres and types before the band seems settled in the wider neo-prog genre.

The band is indeed a neo-prog band. Their music is bordering to art-rock at times.

The neo-prog is the dominant genre on this forty-three minutes long album. The album is in fact one suite, Sea Of Change divided into twelve parts. Hence, this is a concept album.

There is some different melodic themes on this album. But this whole suite is pretty much a common theme throughout.

There is a lot of good music on this album. The vocals is indeed also very good and the collected parts on this suite makes this a very good album indeed.

I have to say this is an album that will enthuse both symphonic prog and neo-prog fans. Check it out.

3.5 points


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