Corima is a stunning amalgamation of musicians, bridging the past
foundations of...Zeuhl and the modern musings of experimental fusion...With Corima,
I feel the sound is launched far into the future and grafted with shades
of many worlds and still lives on its own regardless of the past foundations
that are present...Every song is filled with an abundance of musical
composition and directions to making music. To nail the intervals, spacing and
free form embellishments that Corima achieves is a task all its own. To make
it sound as tasteful and soothing as their full length Quetzalcoatl is
really puts me back in my seat."
- Erik Otis, SOUNDCOLOURVIBRATION.COM
"Corima is a young US band playing zeuhl music! The band formed a few
years ago in Texas before moving to LA as a duo and then recruiting new
members...Corima's music owes a lot to Magma...being a succession of personal
ideas and heavy glimpses towards the master founder of the Zeuhl genre. The
cosmogony is no longer Kobaïan but deals with the Mexican myth of Quetzalcoatl
(the feathered-snake God) who talks to his people... In short, Corima...
pays homage to Magma in a very festive way, taking an approach rather
similar to Koenjihyakkei."
- Soleil Zeuhl
ProgDay is very pleased to host this five-piece band's first show on the
east coast of the US.
CORIMA (US) will join OBLIVION SUN (US), HERD OF INSTINCT (US), MIRIODOR
(Canada), THANK YOU SCIENTIST (US) and SIMAKDIALOG (Indonesia) at ProgDay
2013, the nineteenth edition of the world's longest running progressive rock
festival. ProgDay 2013 will take place on Saturday, August 31st, and
Sunday, September 1st, at Storybook Farm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. For
more information, and to hear music from all of this year's bands, please
visit us at www.progday.net.
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