Equus' contorsions, from Switzerland, are next to cross classic prog-post-rock hypnotisms and drifts of a certain core attitude. The fact You read notes writing about Bob Weston in mastering, maybe let You forget this is a debut release. And excellently made, too. The three long suites in Eutheria seem to speak different languages, but with nonchalance. Their martial and mathematical phrasing often goes beyond, through some generous use of alternative instruments than canonic trinomial guitar-bass-drums. More in detail, inserts of mellotron and, overall, liquid and gelid synth, give to everything the power to feed some interesting shape puzzles, oscillating between some more slintian intuitions - that is the most institutional face in a post-rock frame, - and other more experimental solutions, somehow in debt, i would say, with particular Crimsonian sonorities. Of course, by the book, it is the dialectic of "quiet and storm" to take over, when it needs extremely marked out accents (epecially along bass lines scores) as well as a few notes are enough to express Their feeling. So, it is a work multicolored, prismatic and only apparently of easy cataloguing. A good album for ears of good will.
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