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Flabbergastingly good heavy prog,
This review is from: Susar (Audio CD)
Polish band, Indukti have taken the riff heavy side of King Crimson and Neurosis, grafted on some eastern tinged instrumentation and some Steve Hogarth style vocals and ended up with an album that sounds unique.
The music here is largely instrumental with the vocals taking on a subordinate role in a mid seventies Pink Floyd style with opening track "Freder" the undoubted highlight. They've also done the eminently sensible thing of drafting in Mariusz Duda, vocalist for Polish proggers Riverside to sing on the two vocal numbers, the shorter, and more commercial, tracks, "Cold Inside... I" and "Shade". They're both excellent and could help get the music noticed.
It makes a pleasant to change to have a psychedelic violin underpinning the music and even though a lot of people are waving the name Tool around when describing Indukti, don't be fooled - they're much better than that!