If you think you know what to expect from Leprous, then you are about to have your world shaken up. Because ‘Pitfalls’, the Norwegian band’s sixth studio album, is like nothing else they have ever done.
On February 18 they will play at Form Space in Cluj-Napoca and in February 17, the band will be in Bucharest at Quantic Club.
In a scene where it’s rare to stand out and make something truly unique, sometimes a diamond shines. The latest diamond to shine on the international prog-scene is the Norwegian band LEPROUS.
After paving the way with three studio albums: “Tall Poppy Syndrome” (2009), “Bilateral” (2011) and “Coal” (2013), LEPROUS’ latest musical endeavours on “The Congregation“ – the title of the new album – marvellously emphasize the amount of maturity the band has gained, also thanks to relentless touring activity across several continents in the last years. The attention that LEPROUS grip pinpoints the very unique spot in a variety of progressive music nowadays…
Their last album from May 2013 created a strong platform for LEPROUS, be it towards the press, the fans or live promoters, and showed an immense step upwards for the band on various levels. It virtually seemed as if everyone woke up to smell the coffee when the “Coal” album was released. And as everyone knows, coal turns to diamonds in time…
Cluj Napoca: Iabilet