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Performer: Ex Eye
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Rock
Title: Ex Eye
Released: 2017
Style: Abstract, Experimental, Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Black Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1101 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1446 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1107 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 827
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Ex Eye EX EYE makes music of power, control, motion and intention; music composed with precise, clockwork intricacy and ecstatic abandon. It is hard, heavy music – aggressive, cathartic, and thrilling. EX EYE consist of renowned, experimental saxophonist Colin Stetson, Greg Fox (Liturgy) on drums, Shahzad Ismaily (Secret Chiefs 3, Ceramic Dog) on synths and Toby Summerfield on guitar.

But Ex Eye, a new quartet featuring some very familiar names, seems determined to upend that off-putting expectation. On its radiant and righteous self-titled debut, Ex Eye-drummer Greg Fox, t Shahzad Ismaily, guitarist Toby Summerfield-gathers like a thunderstorm around the baritone saxophone of Colin Stetson, whose high volume and versatility are both anchor and catapult

Self-titled, debut album is out now on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records. Ex Eye Ex Eye. Self-titled, debut album is due out now on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records.

Album Name Ex Eye. Type Album. Released date 23 June 2017. Labels Relapse Records. Music StyleAvantgardiste Black. Members owning this album4.

Ex Eye (2017) by Ex Eye. Labels: Relapse Records. Genres: Avant-garde Metal, Progressive Metal. Songs: Xenolith; the Anvil, Opposition, Perihelion; the Coil, Anaitis Hymnal; the Arkose Disc, Form Constant; the Grid, Tten Crowns; The Corruptor (Digital Only Bonus Track). Members: Colin Stetson, Greg Fox, Shahzad Ismaily, Toby Summerfield.

I never thought a metal album could be so beautiful but because metal is so inherently excessive, this album sounds excessively beautiful. I'm not much of a metal fan so I can attest to the fact that this is a metal album for people who don't like metal! 5mo. thisisabtlgrnd. 83. For me, Ex Eye finds the perfect point in the venn diagram between jazz fusion and extreme metal with their debut.