Columbus, Ohio’s Novallo actually formed way back in 2006, but it wasn’t until recently that they had entered the studio to unleash some recorded material. The progressive metal act released their debut EP, Novallo I, at the start of September in 2012, quite a few years since the band was first created. Since then, they had been honing their sound and gravitating towards more of what many consider to be an experimental sound that mixed together a stronger electronica presence coupled with funk, jazz, modern rock, and even some pop tendencies to the original largely djent foundation. The outcome is their self-released (and long overdue) follow-up EP titled Novallo II. But does this new approach try to cram too much into one brief recording, or is this a reimagining that greatly dwarfs their fairly standard debut?
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