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Growing Apart

Growing Apart

7 Jun 2013
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Headless were a band that were kicking around in the late 1990's, they disbanded in 2000 but have seen fit to reform under the watchful eye of guitar duo Walter Cianciusi and Dario Parente, making up the core of the band is vocalist Goran Edman, he of some of the finest pipes to have come out of Scandinavia. Completing the lineup is guest drummer Scott Rockenfield of Queensryche fame for the bands come back "Growing Apart".

Stylistically Growing Apart sits somewhere between straight metal and hard melodic rock mixed with some progressive elements, all tracks are listenable and accessible from the first spin and to be honest this is a very good collection of songs with good performances from all involved.

The promo literature states that the music was built around the drum rhythms of Rockenfield, fortunately this doesn't sound like musicians trying to lay down music to drum rhythms, instead its well written, focused and with good arrangements. Edman contributes strong vocals and melodies and throws down some interesting vocal harmonies on the likes of "Primetime", "The Backstabbers Around Us" and the title track. Cianciusi and Parente prove themselves to be more than capable guitarists, who also know the art of restraint when it comes to lead time too.

Overall, a good album worth checking out.
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