Libertage

by Disen Gage

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"Wow... this cool all instrumental Russian band are back... I quite liked the last one but I think this one is even better! I really like the way that the band use this push and pull like technique to interact between the instruments. I also like the way they mix in some strange sounds and extra atmosphere to the music. Quite a unique group... The CD begins with the slowly building 'Entree'. Very melodic and it sounds like synthesizers some of it but it is Guitar and the mood then changes to something more mysterious and dark. I really like the improvised aspect of the CD as it seems composed in some way, the band is always taking interesting twists and turns in the music. 'The Crash' begins with some intense drumming and bass playing as the two guitar players play against each other in some way before the track breaks out gets quite psychedelic and very jazzy in some way. 'Attaque de Blindes' is next and begins quite strange before the track builds on some cool bass playing and back and forth between the guitars and then the drums kick in and the guitars go back and forth with cool playing. 'Bebe immobile di tutti I Sicilia' is slow to start and then really gets quite interesting with some guitar that sounds like a woodwind instrument. 'Der Roboter' is where the CD really takes off. This and the next 14 minute track, 'H5N1' are just killer stuff. The music is intense and the playing awesome. The CD ends with 'Sorte' and this is quite a moody piece but features really cool guitar playing. A really great and adventurous and challenging CD.
...by Scott Heller of LowCut Magazine (Denmark) (#42, April 2007)
www.lowcut.dk/042_lc/reviews/index.asp

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released 01 September 2006

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Disen Gage город Москва, Russian Federation

DISEN GAGE branched out in 1999 when guitarist Konstantin Mochalov, guitarist Yuri Alaverdyan, and bassist Nikolai Syrtsev were studying at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. Joined by Eugeny Kudryashov on drums, the quartet started playing out in their native college-club and became known with a surprising quickness...

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