Artist/ Band: Spaced Out
Title: Evolution
Label: Unicorn Digital
Year of Release: 2008
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The Review:

Spaced Out has topped themselves this time around with their latest release entitled, Evolution, shows the band sounding heavier and more frantic than previous releases. I also found it to be very enjoyable because they’re not producing flash. Every player adds to the equation which shows their talent. As with previous releases, this is an all instrumental heavy fusion album.

The line-up is slightly different this time around. The core of the band remains the same, Antoine Fafard (electric guitar and bass), Mark Trembly (guitar) and Martin Maheux (drums). The additional personnel are Alex Argento and Eric St-Jean, who both handle the keyboard parts. On the last studio release, Antoine handled them, so with the added musicians, it leave him to concentrate on what does best, bass as well as guitars.

The music flows so well on the album, you get lost within it. Sonically it stands up with most newer instrumental fusion acts such as Liquid Tension Experiment, Planet X and some Derek Sherinian solo. If you like these bands, then you must acquire Spaced Out’s Evolution immediately.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on July 24th, 2009


01. Biomechanic I
02. Fun Key
03. Power Struggle
04. Octavium
05. Nemesis
06. Biomechanic II
07. Furax II
08. Replication Junction
09. Polymorph

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