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One Eyed Horse by Corsair

Song

Sparrows Cragg

Corsair

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Song

Sparrows Cragg

Corsair

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Label: Shadow Kingdom Records
Call them rural prog, jazz fusion, math-rock or "early metal" (the band's own choice), this Virginia foursome makes music with serious range. Their fourth collection of tracks, but the first to exceed 40 minutes, reaffirms Yes ("Horn of the Luparii") and Thin Lizzy ("Sparrows Cragg") comparisons and adds more trippy coven folk ("Royal Stride," sung by guitarist Marie Landragin). But a few cuts also offer up sounds that might appeal to fans of Baroness or '80s Meat Puppets and Dinosaur Jr. And the hefty boogie thump of "Brothers" recalls early '70s metal for sure.

About This Album

Call them rural prog, jazz fusion, math-rock or "early metal" (the band's own choice), this Virginia foursome makes music with serious range. Their fourth collection of tracks, but the first to exceed 40 minutes, reaffirms Yes ("Horn of the Luparii") and Thin Lizzy ("Sparrows Cragg") comparisons and adds more trippy coven folk ("Royal Stride," sung by guitarist Marie Landragin). But a few cuts also offer up sounds that might appeal to fans of Baroness or '80s Meat Puppets and Dinosaur Jr. And the hefty boogie thump of "Brothers" recalls early '70s metal for sure.

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About This Album

Call them rural prog, jazz fusion, math-rock or "early metal" (the band's own choice), this Virginia foursome makes music with serious range. Their fourth collection of tracks, but the first to exceed 40 minutes, reaffirms Yes ("Horn of the Luparii") and Thin Lizzy ("Sparrows Cragg") comparisons and adds more trippy coven folk ("Royal Stride," sung by guitarist Marie Landragin). But a few cuts also offer up sounds that might appeal to fans of Baroness or '80s Meat Puppets and Dinosaur Jr. And the hefty boogie thump of "Brothers" recalls early '70s metal for sure.