Sunday, 19 May 2019

Interpose+ - Indifferent (2007)


The second album from this Japanese band.

The band was a quintet with a lineup of guitars, keyboards, drums, bass and vocals.

I reviewed their self-titled debut album some weeks ago and liked that album. Good Japanese neo-prog.

The band released three albums before they gave up. I only have the debut album and this one.

The music is again neo-prog with some eclectic prog and jazz thrown into the mix. Well, it sounds like Canterbury prog at times. Add some symphonic prog too.

There are some rather odd time shifts and details throughout this album. The music is still melodic and uplifting.

The band has again the typical shrieking Japanese vocals, although it has become a lot more muscular than on the debut album. Not a bad thing. The vocals are really good this time around.

The songs are pretty good songs on this album. This is indeed a good album and well worth checking out.

3 points




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