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Sci-Fox

a Studio release
by
The Foxholes (TFh)

Release Year: 2017

Date Label Catalog # Comments
13 Sep 2017 CD, Digital
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 9/26/2017 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 10/1/2017 5:37:00 PM by: Marc
  1. Sci-Fox, Pt. I - 7:34
  2. La Ciencia de la Confusión - 5:37
  3. Andromeda Blues - 5:52
  4. Mephistopheles - 3:48
  5. Tierra Ni Hogar - 5:17
  6. Sci-Fox, Pt. II - 6:53

Jonah A. Luke
guitar, vocals


Ángel Millán


Max Moritz

Reviewed by Marc on 01 Oct 2017


Sci-Fox is the fifth album by Barcelona band The Foxholes. It is made of three instrumental 6 to 7 minutes tracks and three shorter songs. The music oscillates between hard rock and prog rock. The band's sound is mostly guitar based well supported by a heavy and often pounding rythm section. There are some supporting keyboards that take a secondary role, except on the last track where there is an extended synth solo.

The music is not overly complicated and it sounds more like ''extended hard rock'' with nice solos than prog rock. This being said at times shades of King Crimson, Porcupine Tree and even Genesis can be heard. The three songs are quite good and Jonah A. Luke's vocals are excellent. Personally I would not have minded having some vocal parts in the longer instrumentals.

Sci-Fox  is a very interesting and entertaining album and those into the hard rock side of prog, or even bands like Deep Purple or Heart, should really give The Foxholes a try.