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CINEMA FINIS

Fibonacci Sequence

 

Crossover Prog

3.94 | 13 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars I've almost forgot about this excellent band from USA and their top debut Numerology released in 2010, untill I saw last year ariound spring that they pop up a new album , eventually released in 2017 named Cinema Finis. Well, worth the wait, because Fibonacci Sequence sounding better then ever, tight musicianship and overall great ideas on this new offer. Again an instrumental affair, minus some spoken words, the bands deliver what is best in this genre, a combination of prog rock with jazz rock, each pieces is mature , well defeloped and has all the ingredients for a winner album from start to finish. Obeah or Repentless among other are killer tunes, that places Cinema Finis in my top 5 albums of 2017. The rest of the pieces are also great, energic playing, fresh and catchy parts, not a boring minute here. Is quite sad that this band is not so well known in prog circles, I think they desearve more attention. 4 stars for sure, great music, great digipak and whole art work, all is dome with taste just right for prog listners. Recommended both albums by this unnoticed band.

b_olariu | 4/5 |

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