Thursday 24 October 2019
O.R.K - Ramagehead (2019)
The third album from this mainly London, England based band.
The band is now a quartet with a lineup of guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, percussion and vocals.
Their two first albums has been really good. Indeed, they have established this band as one of the more interesting bands in the new progressive rock scene.
Their mix of King Crimson and progressive metal has given them a lot of fans. And rightfully so.
They are really great live, I have heard.
They continue on from their first albums with a new album in the same vein.
The album is not as esoteric this time. It is indeed more accessible and there is some neo-prog and progressive metal on this album. Melodic music, indeed.
The vocals are really good on this album and there is also some acoustic guitars who lifts this album up a level.
There is still enough eclectic prog to keep this album an album not for the general masses. It will not hit top 20 anytime soon.
The music are really good and this album should be one of this year's harvest any proghead should purchase.