The 13th album from this band from Poland.
The band was a trio with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, harmonica, piano, organ, minimoog, synths and vocals.
A guest vocalist did the vocals on one of the tracks.
The band had split up and then reformed after a twenty years long break.
The band released two albums a a reformed band before they released The Rock.
The Rock is a one hour long album and it takes us through a wide variety of music genres. From heavy metal, via symphonic prog, Middle-East folk music to more standards rock and indie rock.
The vocals are all in Polish and they are good too. The music works best with Polish vocals.
The quality of the music leaves something to be desired. There is too much plain sailing rock here and the band is trying to branch out to the mainstream Polish rock scene.
This album is slightly dull and uninspiring, I am afraid.