Deluge Grander | August in the Urals

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August in the Urals

by Deluge Grander

progressive symphonic rock, diverse and compositionally good.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Inaugural Bash (26:57)
26:55 $2.60
2. August in the Urals (15:52)
15:50 $1.60
3. Abandoned Mansion Afternoon (12:14)
12:12 $1.20
4. A Squirrel (8:45)
8:43 $1.00
5. The Solitude of Miranda (7:18)
7:18 $1.00
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Album Notes
This album has 71 minutes of adventurous and diverse progressive music. It's mostly instrumental. There are vocals on parts of all the tracks, especially songs 2 and 3, which some people seem to be ok with but others seem not to like. Instrumentally though, it's really good- a lot of changes and complex arrangements, and a fairly wide range of keyboard and guitar sounds. The production definitely isn't slick, but it's intentionally somewhat raw.

The group sprung from the ashes of the Baltimore progressive fusion group Cerebus Effect. After the third Cerebus Effect album "Acts of Deception," Dan Britton, who had been working on some new material, suggested to drummer Patrick Gaffney that they try to form a new group to record and possibly perform the material. Eventually, guitarist Dave Berggren joined in and made some valuable contributions of his own. With the acquisition of Brett d'Anon on bass, the group was complete. Brett's uncle Frank, an accomplished multi-instrumentalist in his own right and militant pigeon rights advocate, also sat in on some sessions and added a few parts too.



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wonderfull!! very complex

Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal - E-Zine

What an amazing band, and what a perfect album.
Deluge Grander is a tremendous new discovery with considerable promise. Their music sounds with references to the classics of the early 70's, with modern and sophisticated orchestration, constituted by renowned and talented musicians. Their main musical style is Symphonic Progressive Rock in top form, blended with some fuzion parts including some Art Rock elements. The music is extremely diverse and, the rich compositions are much more complex, with extended instrumental explorations. We have, all time, extraordinary guitar solos and cosmic keyboard lines alternating quickly or playing different lines simultaneously. The sound of Deluge Grander has influences of many progressive rock bands of all times, it´s possible hear a high quality Progressive Rock that, even reflects a wide variety styles from bands such as "Genesis", "Yes", "Frogg Cafe", "Spocks Beard", "Emerson, Lake & Palmer", "Porcupine Tree", "Moody Blues" and etc... What an amazing band, and what a perfect album. Brilliant and fantastic, an incredible debut album, highly recommendable...