7 tracks – 50 minutes, the debut album by this three-piece instrumental rock band from Moscow, Russia, is an excellent and colorful mixture of (Rock) genres and styles from classic, Progressive Rock to Post-Rock, Match Rock, Sludge and Shoegaze. Atmospheric, dark passages and heavy riffs, intense moments are combined and the merge of the different elements make the… difference.
If you’re looking for a groovy, still emotional, dark, but contorted and sometimes intense and heavy, modern, instrumental Rock album, “The Last Twenty Years” worth your attention. “Name your price” means you can downloaded even for free, or you can order the CD from Mals Records.
Alexander Alekseyev – Guitars, Dmitry Pomogayev – Drums, and Andrey Bagdasarov – Bass plays emotional mostly heavy instrumental music with evolution of compositions structure and catchy melodies. The band was formed in 2010 by guitarist Alexander Alekseev, who worked with a range of different rock/metal bands for many years, and Reserve de Marche combines a mixture of multiple styles and (sub) genres.
Guitarist Alexander Alekseev about the album:”We have been working on this CD for almost two years trying to make it sounds like we really want. Personally for me it is dedicated to all the 20 years I’ve been playing music. This album is a result of our musical and social experience. A lot of things have happened in music, in our lives and in our country during this time. The Last Twenty Years turned out to be what it should be.”
Released 20 May 2012
Produced by Reserve de Marche
Engineered by Pavel Sladkov (A&B Records)
Mastered by Pavel Sladkov&Alexander Alekseev
Cover Art by Sasha Kolidenko
Album Layout by Vitaly Sychev
Recorded at A&B Studios, Moscow, Russia