Review by Progarchives.com
Swiss ensemble SPALTKLANG, from a German word that can best be translated as broken sound, was formed at the beginning of the millennium, and issued their first album in 2002. Since then the quartet have issued a further three productions, "En Suite" from 2009 the most recent of these.
"En Suite" is a production that should find it's key audience amongst those who enjoy fusion and chamber rock, and should be of particular interest to those who generally seek out challenging and complex compositions to cater for their musical needs. High quality musicianship comes with the territory, so to speak, with the same high standard for mix and production a bonus feature fans of this kind of material will appreciate.
2. Von Anbeginn
4. En Suite
7. Open Directions
8. Molto Lento
Total playtime: 57'28''
Line-up / Musicians
Markus Stauss-tenor, soprano sax
Stephan Brunner-electric bass
Rémy Sträuli-drums & synthesizer