Masterpiece of its genre. Compared to Planet X and Liquid Tension Experiment skill of music-playing & music-production quality. A good balance between groove-technics & melody in prog-fusion style.
Chronosthesia is the debut album by instrumental quartet Time Shift Accident from Nuremberg, Germany.
What began as a loose jam band founded by a couple of friends in late 2013 has over time developed into a prog fusion powerhouse featuring some very experienced musicians.
The rhythm section has been a mainstay of the band since late 2014: Drummer Paul Ettl, a student at the Nürnberg University of Music, combines effortless groove, taste and mastery of odd meters, while Bassist Michael Schetter (Relocator, ex-Seven Steps to the Green Door) provides driving and melodic bass lines as well as a good chunk of the band's compositions.
Guitar duties are handled by Dave Mola (Effloresce), who joined in early 2017 and whose melodic sensibility and funky fusion approach will surprise those who so far associate him mostly with the heavy side of prog metal.
On keyboards, Günter W. Schmuck is the most recent addition, having joined the band in early 2019. After studying jazz piano at the Munich Jazz School, he went on to record with the Fred Drumski Trio and the SHS Trio, as well as lead his own jazz quartet and salsa band (Orquesta Mistica). Günter has also played with various latin, fusion, funk and soul groups (Papa Caliente, Salsa Fever, Soul7even, Jamdeluxe), and is presently the musical director of the Flames of Gospel choir band.
released September 27, 2019
Guitars: Dave Mola
Keys: Günter W. Schmuck
Bass: Michael Schetter
Drums: Paul Ettl
Chronosthesia was recorded from June to September 2019 //
Produced by Michael Schetter and Dave Mola //
Guitars, keys and bass engineered by
Michael Schetter and Dave Mola //
Drums engineered by Toni Hinterholzinger,
assistant engineer Cornelia Zöhrer //
Mixed and mastered by Alex Argento //
Dave uses Mayones Guitars exclusively //
Artwork and band photography by Starfountain Design //
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