Label: Bridge Records - 2112 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
Recording for Suffocating The Bloom began at the William Bolten Dixon American Legion Post #10 on J. After two days there, the recording process moved to Echolyn Studio. On August 27 Forge Recording Studio became the final place of recording. Mixdown was completed at /5(11).
The first half of the album consists of individual songs that are mostly of the shorter variety. Highlights include "21", "Winterthru", "Memoirs From Between", "A Little Nonsense" and "Here I Am" The band takes classic progressive rock influences, then mold them into a /5(14).
· Suffocating the Bloom was written by an independent group struggling to be heard but unwilling to bend under the laws of the market. Sure, their next effort, As the World -- recorded under a Sony contract -- would benefit from better production, but the raw edge and ferociousness of this album would remain unmatched/10(20).
· Suffocating the Bloom is a music studio album recording by ECHOLYN (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5.
Suffocating shows Echolyn starting to hit their stride. While their debut was spotty, all the trademark Echolyn elements are present here, from the quick changing instrumental bits to the overlapping multipart harmonies. The first part of the album consists of mostly shorter songs.
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