What we get in Alice in Chains is a somewhat sludgy and muddy version the harder edged brand of metal that began to hit in the late 80s and early 90s, particularly bands such as Saigon Kick and more rock oriented bands such as Guns and Roses.
While the music obviously derives most of its inspiration from classic Heavy Metal there are also some obvious Melodic Death Metal roots in the background and the vocals, well, they’re just pure Death at its finest.
This 1975 album would prove to be the last with the classic Camel lineup. "Moonmadness" continues Camel´s brand of progressive rock with a dash of jazz rock, yet is more synth-heavy than previous albums.
Along with Soft Machine, Caravan were a leading exponent of what became known as "the Canterbury sound" - a concoction of styles including jazz, classical and traditional English influences. "In the Land of Grey and Pink" is considered by many to...