Sunday, October 2, 2016

Sioum – Yet Further (2016)

  • Post-rock 
  • Post-metal 
  • Math rock 
  • Crossover 
  • Progressive rock 
  • Ambient 
  • Art rock 
  • Fusion

Comment: Sioum is a trio from Chicago, the post-rock capital of the United States. I guess a two-third of the ensemble is a couple of the brothers Zdrinc who do play guitars, E-bow and drums, and Kevin Clark who plays keyboards. By listening to their fourth issue Yet Further (they took off 6 years earlier with the issue I Am Mortal, But Was Fiend) it makes me fairly invigorating and liven because the consistence of it is tight and permanently in motion due to straddling on a border of post-rock, ambient, fusion, math rock, artsy metal music and progressive rock. The trio`s compositions are long-running yet not lengthy and languid, for instance, the shortest of them, Welcome to New Beginnings will clock in at a 6 minute. Okay, there are up some moments where the combo is going to hover across the chilly landscape, for instance, at Tribulation, their opening composition but doing it very intriguingly in places veiled with traps and hidden holes to fail especially for rock musicians. It chimes like a travel along the mountain pathway with high steep precipices and slopes. Just keep us thrusting with enormous energy and galvanic impulses it is the most important aspect of the rock music forever. That`s enough to conquer your mind with power and skills and ideas. It is a great issue which is also available as a vinyl copy and one can purchase a Yet Further T-Shirt.    
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