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released October 25, 2012
Written and produced by Codasync
Jokke Meersmans – guitar & keys
Matthias Meersmans – drums
Bram Van Houtte – guitar
Brent Van Poele – bass
Recorded by Bram Van Houtte at Vantage Point, Borgerhout
Additional recordings at Tin Pan Alley, Antwerpen; Oscarville, Berchem; Prospeir, Antwerpen; Chateau Largaux, Hove; Decap, Herentals and Arbois, Ventabren, May 2011 - September 2012
Mixed and mastered by Koen Heirman with Codasync at Record Office, Temse, June - September 2012
Trumpet on 'Poeshkin' by Iwan Cotton
Artwork by Dimitri 'Jangojim' Sakelaropolus
Photography by Jonas Vincken
Lighting by Ken Wastyn
Lay-out by Herr Aguell
© 2012 Grovgast Enterprises – GE005
"Codasync casually (...) connects the freedom of King Crimson in the seventies to the tensity of Battles in this century" - OOR
"So far, 'Pan Aroya' is unquestionably Codasync's psychedelic masterpiece" - KWADRATUUR
"goosebumps, fun and frenzied compositions (...) a true masterpiece" - ENOLA
"a contemporary masterpiece that reinterprets music history completely in its own way - which is exactly why it sounds so original" - CULTUS
"a constant - and exciting - battle between improvisation talent and the desire for sophisticated structures" - GONZO (CIRCUS)
"magnum opus (...) a beauty of a record that, as far as boldness and technique go, is almost without comparison" - [SIC] MAGAZINE
"Codasync puts more ideas into one song than the average band uses on a whole record. It bounces all over the place, but it works"
"subtle interludes, banjo and brass, metalriffs that could even get Pantera hard, drunk guitars over moving piano parts, and more goodies" - RIFRAF
"Codasync (...) again manages to do something different"
"masters of instrumental rock" - DARK ENTRIES
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