East Of The Wall – NP – Complete

It’s hard to put a finger on what exactly East Of The Wall is and this is a double edged sword in many aspects. Calling them a progressive band would be like calling a spade a spade: the music follows all the staples and notions of the genre, but, as a label, it still does not fit comfortably, especially with their new release NP – Complete (Translation Loss Records). Continue reading

OPUL Streaming “Presence”

Matt Lupo of OPUL/East of the Wall. Photo by Vacant Eye Photography

Matt Lupo of OPUL/East of the Wall. Photo by Vacant Eye Photography

Matt Lupo (East Of The Wall guitarist) of OPUL is streaming “Presence”, off his latest EP Levels, out on January 13, 2015 via Nefarious Industries, here.

The fourth chapter Lupo will release under the OPUL banner in less than three years, Levels takes the multi-instrumentalists’ work to new realms, both in exploration and delivery. The EP is full of guitar-driven, super-melodious, heavy rock riffage that aims for the stratosphere. Something tangible is here offered to fans of progressive/post-hardcore experimentation, modern progressive crossover and soulful folk/indie rock. All of these attributes can be felt in the infectious nearly five-and-a-half minute opening rocker, “Presence,” and only continues to unfold through the remainder of the witty recording.

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