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Khatsaturjan

Khatsaturjan

Khatsaturjan


Khatsaturjan, an outfit from Finland was formed by long time aquaintances Jaakko Koikkalainen (bass, vocals), Atte Kurri (guitar, vocals), Ilkka Piispala (drums, vocals) and Ilkka Saarikivi (keyboards, vocals) in 2000, initially as a one-off project band assembled to play classical music in a rock setting then reformed one year later as they wanted to continue their musical endeavours, but now producing material of their own. Towards the end of 2002 they made the mini-album Aramsome Sums Read more on Last.fm
Khatsaturjan, an outfit from Finland was formed by long time aquaintances Jaakko Koikkalainen (bass, vocals), Atte Kurri (guitar, vocals), Ilkka Piispala (drums, vocals) and Ilkka Saarikivi (keyboards, vocals) in 2000, initially as a one-off project band assembled to play classical music in a rock setting then reformed one year later as they wanted to continue their musical endeavours, but now producing material of their own. Towards the end of 2002 they made the mini-album Aramsome Sums, featuring 5 original compositions and two classical works performed in a rock band setting. This first ever effort by the band has yet to see an official release. In 2004 they started recording their full length album debut, and in 2006 they were signed by Musea Records who subsequently issued this production, named Aramed Forces Of Simantipak. Following the album release the band got them selves a locale for rehearsals, so that they could work together and develop as a band unit, which Khatsaturjan so far hadn't had the possibility to do. They also started the creative process for their next album at that point, and in 2010 their sophomore effort Disconcerto Grosso was released. Musically Khatsaturjan takes their cues from bands like Genesis, Yes and Gentle Giant, and noted reviewer Vitaly Menshikov described their initial effort as the most amazing album of vintage symphonic rock released since the heyday of this genre. Read more on Last.fm.

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