Fall of the Albatross | Entanglement

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Entanglement

by Fall of the Albatross

Jazzy experimental metal that is sometimes smooth, chaotic, but always unpredictable.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Dulce de Leche
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2. Enjoy Yo'self
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3. The Force
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4. Mace
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5. The Last Dragon II: The Revenge of Sho'
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6. The Silver Epic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Formed in the Spring of 2007, Fall of the Albatross delivers experimental metal that may come as a breath of fresh air to many fans of heavy music. Incorporating sexy jazz interludes, intense latin rhythms, emotionally driven rock riffs,and a strange, but witty sense of humor, Fall Of The Albatross manages to create metal that is eclectic and enjoyable for the open-minded listener.

“Probably the most original band at the moment, these guys have many flavors and somehow manage to blend Metal, Jazz, Tropical, Urban and Emo into one chaotic band. Step by step, Fall of the Albatross are becoming a force to be reckoned with.”
-Horns Up Rocks

"Fall of the Albatross is an experimental metal band out on a mission to bring the fun back to metal. With a combination of traditional metal elements, jazz interludes, and a hint of Latin flavor, Fall of the Albatross (or "FOTA" as their fans affectionately have nicknamed them) has created something special in a genre that has become all too obsessed with a heavy, gloomy, dooms day-ish hue, often the choice litmus test for 'real metal'."

-NYChubbub.com

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