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Bangalore Based Band Spectral Insight Releases Their Debut Self Titled EP

Jul 23, 04:39pm

Featuring a combination of progressive, metal, and ambient ingredients, Bangalore based band Spectral Insight are hoping to get the recipe bang on with the release of their debut self titled EP.

Keeping the momentum of a proliferating progressive/metal scene alive in India, Bangalore based group Spectral Insight recently released their debut self-titled EP, on various platforms with the aid of Bluetree Studios in Ahemedabad. Interestingly, this is one of the few bands that have largely confined themselves indoors till now, focusing more on making and recording music, and subsequently releasing it. This, according to the band is surely to change in the near future, as they are all set to shed the ‘shy band’ tag with the aim to go live by September this year. Released on several online platforms, the music packs in dollops of energy with frequent intervals where the ambience kicks in, and eases things out.

Going by the reception that their music has got - including several hundreds of plays on Soundcloud - we can definitely expect the band to conquer several milestones in the near future, and emerge as one of the most promising acts in the Indian prog-metal scene. 

Check out Soundcloud to listen to their music.

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