[Suggestion] Spiralmaze - Dunes Of Dorlmeus

Spiralmaze - Dunes Of Dorlmeus
Spiralmaze were formed in Chania, Greece on January 2012 by two former members of Soundtrap, George Arestis (synths, guitar, programming) and Aris Terzakis (bass).

Eftihis Chelioudakis (drums) joined the band on August 2012 and John Mor (guitar) joined on March 2013.
The band’s compositions is a mix of space / progressive / psychedelic rock, dub, ambient and sampling.
Four years after their debut "Back to the Center" the band comes back with their second full album "Dunes of Dorlmeus". Obviously influenced by the great names of this music genre the band delivers a quite nostalgic album that will most likely sound very pleasing to the ears of anyone that enjoys bands such as Ozric Tentacles, Hidria Spacefolk, Øresund Space Collective, Quantum Fantay, Mantric Muse and Kingston Wall.

Extensively basing their compositions on synth and guitar and supporting them with a solid rhythm section they balance between prog and psych-space rock, constantly in an airy atmosphere that sometimes leads to guitaristic and synth outbursts or even eerie synths.
There is no reason to babble on this one. You get the point! We are more than happy to see Spiralmaze come back after 4 years, and we hope that this means they're back for good. We wish them the best and we crave to catch them live if possible.

The band's current line up is :
George Arestis (synths, guitar)
Manos Lefakis (bass)
Panos Theodorou (drums)
George Kolomvakis (guitar)

- Artist: Spiralmaze
- Release title: Dunes Of Dorlmeus
- Type of Release: full album
- Band Origin: GREECE, Chania
- Genre: instrumental, psychedelic rock, space rock, progressive
- Release Date: 17 May 2018

extra info concerning the production:
Mixed by Manos Lefakis & George Arestis
Mastered by Panos Bothos
Artwork by George Arestis

Synths, Guitars & Percussion recorded at ‘Spiral V22 Studio’
Drums recorded at ‘Groove Studio’
Bass recorded at ‘Studio ENTASI Live’

Guitar solo on track 2 and guitar outro on track 3, composed by John Mor

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