2020 release. Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway's flagship of '70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hard rock for the past 15 years. They've been described as a sweet mixture of loud, heavy guitars and drums, 12 string acoustics, funky bass and percussion, screaming Hammond organs, soft Rhodes, Mellotrons and '70s synths, topped with plentiful vocal harmonies - and this is also what they give us on their seventh album. Madness and Magic builds on where they left on Syndenes Magi, showcasing the acoustic side of the band more without losing any of their heaviness. This is evident in the fact that Madness and Magic is their first album written and recorded with two unique drummers.
2020 release. Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway's flagship of '70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hard rock for the past 15 years. They've been described as a sweet mixture of loud, heavy guitars and drums, 12 string acoustics, funky bass and percussion, screaming Hammond organs, soft Rhodes, Mellotrons and '70s synths, topped with plentiful vocal harmonies - and this is also what they give us on their seventh album. Madness and Magic builds on where they left on Syndenes Magi, showcasing the acoustic side of the band more without losing any of their heaviness. This is evident in the fact that Madness and Magic is their first album written and recorded with two unique drummers.
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Madness And Magic

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Format: CD
Label: KARISMA
Rel. Date: 06/19/2020
UPC: 7090008311904

Madness And Magic
Artist: Arabs In Aspic
Format: CD
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2020 release. Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway's flagship of '70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hard rock for the past 15 years. They've been described as a sweet mixture of loud, heavy guitars and drums, 12 string acoustics, funky bass and percussion, screaming Hammond organs, soft Rhodes, Mellotrons and '70s synths, topped with plentiful vocal harmonies - and this is also what they give us on their seventh album. Madness and Magic builds on where they left on Syndenes Magi, showcasing the acoustic side of the band more without losing any of their heaviness. This is evident in the fact that Madness and Magic is their first album written and recorded with two unique drummers.