Cobweb Strange | The Temptation of Successive Hours

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The Temptation of Successive Hours

by Cobweb Strange

Intricate, progressive rock, hard rock, and metal
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Clarity's Advent
4:39 album only
2. The Sand Reckoner
4:02 album only
3. Gentle Darkness
5:21 album only
4. Away From Truth
2:57 album only
5. Solver
3:48 album only
6. First
5:03 album only
7. Edicius
4:23 album only
8. Giant
4:05 album only
9. Self-Indulgence
2:52 album only
10. Astral Projection
7:11 album only


Album Notes

"Cobweb Strange is a promising new band from Atlanta that plays alternately fiery and haunting psychedelic rock, suggesting a head-on collision between the Doors and Iron Maiden...Summerlin's bass and Burke's guitar are tightly arranged, lending a semi-symphonic foundation to the dark forebodings of Summerlin's lyrical fare... An effective piece of neo-psychedelia from a young group that should go far."
-John Collinge, Progression Magazine

"...Cobweb Strange showed what a great and talented trio they are... I was most impressed with the complexity of their music and their ability to recreate live what they have achieved on their album..."
-Dave Martin, Nightmoves

"On Atlanta Based Cobweb Strange's new CD, The Temptation of Successive Hours, you can hear traces of Pink Floyd and Dream Theater...The three-piece band's instrumentation of guitar, bass and drums conjures up comparisons to other "Power Trios" like Rush, with the bass used as a primary instrument, not just rhythm."
-Music News Network

"Eric Johnson immediately comes to mind with lead guitarist Burke's phrasing approach..."Temptation" is well mixed...Rinehart's drumming is crisp with concise emphasis placed on the top part of the set... Vocally, Wade is somewhere between Lou Reed and Randy California... The masterpiece on the disc is the seven-minute-long 'Astral Projection' divided into four parts with the ending section and 'The Nothing Beyond Time' as the denouement of the disc. In summary, Cobweb Strange aren't really strange, dark or creepy. They just have a different angle of direction than any other modern musicians seeking to establish their own identity."
-Expose Magazine

"...Cobweb Strange, a power trio that knows how to jam."
-Chris Caban, Atlanta Nights



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