té – Increasing, if heart and senses agree, all best change it is sly in music Review

Once again returning to the wonder that is té, it’s easy to be lost in the incredible nature of the instrumental rock that the band is capable of. Long title aside, the 2008 release only solidifies the talent and abilities of the band.

Covering twelve tracks, the album doesn’t sit in the slower tempos and continuously presents itself with precision and power. It’s difficult to get tired of listening to the album from start to finish because it has its high energy pace.

té are proving to have the staying power in the genre and in Japanese music overall. International musicians should take note that they’re being out done.

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