Friday 12 June 2020

Poor Genetic Material - Absence (2016)

The eleventh album from this German band.

The band is a seven members big band with a lineup of guitars, synth guitars, synths, piano, organ, flute, bass, drums and vocals.

I have never heard about this band before this album ended up in my inbox.

The band debuted in 1999 and has released albums until 2016. Absence is their last albums up to this date.

I have, shamefully, not had the chance to listen to any of their ten first albums before I started to review this album.

The music on this album is a mix of commercial rock and the stuff Pink Floyd did on their last three albums. That is the David Gilmour era of Pink Floyd.

The vocals are really cool on this one hour long album. The instruments and the musicians could have been a bit more exciting. But they does the job to a good standard.

The songs are really good although not that exciting. But sometimes less is more and that is the case for this album. It is an album well worth checking out.

3 points


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