The second album from this US band.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of bass, drums, keyboards and guitars.
Eight guest musicians added oboe, violin, cello, trumpet, trombone, wood block, clarinet, saxophone, flute and vocals.
Deluge Grander is one of the more interesting and downright exciting bands in USA these days. At least in the prog genre.
The music here is down-tuned and pretty gloomy. It is also instrumental.
There are some epic music here too and the music should be labeled as eclectic symphonic prog.
The music is pretty powerful and gloomy throughout. The lack of vocals is OK here.
The songs are pretty good and this album is a good follow up to their rather sensational debut album Augusts In The Urals.
Check out this album and the rest of their albums.