Torzs ~ Tukor



This album is all instrumental. The music sort of takes you into a big mellow zone. If I had to compare it to anyone, it would have to be Porcupine Tree, but without Steven Wilson doing anything to go to greater depths. It’s not bad, it just needs to figure out where it wants to go. The band says they want the listener to conjure images in their mind, based upon their music. This was recorded live in a cave system in a Hungarian national park. If you want to just zone out & chill, that is what this music conjures within my mind. I rate this 3 out of 5 Music Guru stars.

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