Monday, August 14, 2017

EP Review: "Cerebra" by Project Renegade

The world is very skewed again.

When this happens it's best to attempt to find something to distract oneself from the turmoil surrounding us.

There's a constant onslaught of absolute insanity happening in the United States.

It's important that we not bury our heads, but find time in order to stick our heads in the sand, at least for a short while.

As the charismatic, iconic, and beautiful man, Randal Graves put it, down time is very important to me.

Without that downtime, we know what Graves was going to do with the deep fryer. It's best that he and Dante Hickes re-opened the Quick Stop if you think about it.

Project Renegade
The best way I've found to hide away from the world is through listening to music.

It's also the best way to enhance anything as well. As we all know, music the highest form of art in existence.

This cannot be debated.

Project Renegade, mastercraftsmen of Grecian Progressive Metal. Bet you didn't know that was a genre, but it is now!

Cerebra is a nice little get to know you EP that gives us a great indication of whom they are and whereabouts they'll be headed in their crazy attempt at being artists.

There are three tracks and they all clock in over six minutes long. So, their progressive bent is easy to see. They have a lot to say and will take their time doing it.

They buck progressive norms and cliches by instead of part after part after part that had nothing to do with the preceding movements, they add in layer after layer.

The basic ingredients are all around. Never do they seem satisfied with the basics though.

As this isn't their proper introduction, but a soft opening, it's best said as such.... please make sure we're invited to your proper coming out party.

Release: Out Now
Label: DIY
Formats: CD/Digital

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