The Human AbstractProgressive band with neo-classical elements? What?
Posted 24 June 2008 - 08:08 AM
The Human Abstract has only put out one album so far called Nocturne which is available for only 10bux on their myspace for anyone interested.
Here's a video clip for Crossing the Rubicon.
They do have a new CD coming out soon (8/19) called Midhaven, but the bad news is, if you like Nocturne it may just not be the same.
The member who had the classical influence on THA left, so fans are weary of how its going to sound.
Bottom line though, at least check out Nocturne. Great album, great band.
They're also headlining a tour on the west coast, so go to the myspace and check out the dates!
Posted 24 June 2008 - 08:14 AM
I'm kind of scared now too honestly, but I hope the rest of the songs on the album will work a lot better.
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Also, Rody is a badass.
Posted 26 June 2008 - 09:32 AM
I feel the same way. I can't get into this band because of the vocals.
When I first heard "Vela, Together We Await the Storm" I was all like DAMN!!!
And the vocals kicked in and I was like no thanks.
I do like Protest the Hero, and I like Rody Walker's singing.
Posted 04 August 2008 - 10:24 AM
Since AJ is gone, what I worried about happened. It's just not the same since they lost that neo-classical influence.
Its not as bad as I thought it was going to be, maybe because the mixing is way better than the preview tracks they put up on the myspace but who knows.
His vocals have improved, but the negative side to this is the "talk-singing" hes doing in almost all of the songs. I can understand one or two, but come on. That shit is never good. Its an okay album, but nowhere near as amazing as Nocturne.
I'd give it maybe a 3/5.
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