Style: Tribal, Experimental, Ambient
Format: MP3 FLAC WMA MMF XM MPC AUD VOC RA
FLAC size: 1509 mb | MP3 size: 1120 mb | WMA size: 1975 mb
the 10 songs mix ethnic and concrete sounds, layered on hypnotic trance like rythms. a very unique journey in bleak windy soundscapes.
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Traverser. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rrupt.
Label: Egone – ego:01. Format: CD. Country: France. This album has been inspired by Lionel Tran's novel "Traverser du Desert" (Ed. Egone 2002) Comes in digipack with 12page booklet.
Traverser is a Progressive rock band formed in 2004. The band is known for their use of visual art, and conceptually oriented songs and lyrics. Their live performances often include samples of pre-recorded audio to imply a storyline or theme to the audience. The band wrote and performed as a trio until October 2009 when Jon Shaffer, former guitarist for 7 Blue Skies joined the band as a permanent second guitarist.
For booking, contact traverserbookingl. Jupiter doesn't care about you" Recorded 7/27/18 at 8Arms Audio.
rrupt has released two albums (a third is on its way), soundscaped short films and art exhibits amongst other things.
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The drumming is easily the best thing about this record, with drum fills and transitions smoothly interjecting, easy enough to follow but clearly requiring a great deal of skill to execute. It sounds too aesthetically similar to High on Fire and too structurally similar to Mastodon to come into its own. It's still a worthwhile listen if you're into that style, though.
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NotesThis album has been inspired by Lionel Tran's novel "Traverser du Desert" (Ed. Egone 2002)
Comes in digipack with 12page booklet.