Lords Of Metal What a band we have here! This is their full-length debut .Fughu hereby brings us a musical realm of it's own. Yes, the influence of seventies prog is never far away, but the band hasn't been sleeping and has noticed the different time we're living in, thus making their sound very fresh and different. Their music can be described as very vivid and mostly very brooding... ProgArchives The album can be described as progressive metal in the vein of DREAM THEATER in SYMPHONY X, though Fughu does have their own sound. It contains 12 songs, and is definitely worth a listen for someone looking for some good new progressive metal Rock Times Die mit zahlreichen Finessen gespickten Kompositionen sind gut durchdacht und wirken bei Weitem nicht so vorhersehbar, wie inzwischen vieles, das sich heutzutage Prog Rock nennen darf... Jerrylucky I guess I shouldn't be surprised to see that Fughu were chosen to support Dream Theater for their South American tour. They would be a good fit. Fans of DT will find much to appreciate here, there's no question of that. But I think fans of heavier progressive rock will be quite delighted with the music they find on absence. This being their first CD Fughu have really done well, absence is a solid achievement that will please many...