CONCEPT PROJECT “Concept Project” /CD/

The debut full-length album by Italian Instrumental Rock/Fusion/Funk/Blues Metal band.
This band is a bit different from other Metal bands. This one is about a Metal-driven (or at least Rock-driven) effort to narrow the gap with other; let's say more "exotic" music genres.
This totally instrumental and above all honest attempt in mild-melding the listener contains elements borrowing from Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, Funk and even Jazz. It's up to you to decide whether you'll be receptive to these fusions or not.
On "Concept Project" this trio certainly had a crack at coloring outside the traditional lines. Or at least they tried to. The conceptual ideas and intentions behind this release are pretty decent.
The thing worth mentioning is the Mozart cover of "Turkish March". The whole thing got transformed into a "Rock March", with a bit of a Trans-Siberian Orchestra feel to it.
Very interesting album in all and it's worth your attention!
SG Records, 2008 (SGCD006). Made in Italy. First press.

1. Intro 0:34
2. Confused Day 3:04
3. Don't Cut The Tree 4:14
4. B Blues 4:17
5. Spanish Smoke 4:23
6. Stop The Funk 3:35
7. Burn My Hands 3:34
8. Zenabi Blues 3:16
9. Outro 0:57
10. Rock March 3:46
Total playing time: 31:43


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