Ready for some Powerful Prog that Packs a Punch… and a band that look cool doing it to boot? Then get on board the Max Boras express with the release of latest single “I Do” and a video accompaniment shot and edited by the one and only Carissa Johnson.
If you’re looking for a contemporary or two, think Devin Townsend circa Synchestra or One Hundred Thousand without the vocals when trying to find an auditory starting point for the latest single off Transhuman (Available now by clicking right here) from Boston’s Max Boras. And as for said single, “I Do” is a sprawling almost seven minute sonic saga that glisten and tingles, filling the air with a certain amount of whimsy from Boras’ guitar and Joseph Knecht III’s stirring keyboards. Add in a rhythm section in Ron Bernhaut (bass) and Ethan Boras (drums) that’s unparalleled with their large grooves that effortlessly transitions to heavy as necessary to create the most impactful strikes at just the right moments when Boras’ serene shredding amps up and you’ll have a pretty good idea on the performance prowess that awaits in the rest of Transhuman.
Top all this off with Johnson’s visuals that highlight Bernhaut, Knecht III, and Boras and Boras ripping it up on a stage bathed in light and shadows and one can easily imagine that’s the kind of gripping performance you’d get when catching Max Boras live.
“I Do” releases on February 3rd off the aforementioned Transhuman which is already currently available for your earholes (Click here if you missed our earlier link). For the latest from Max Boras, head on over to the information superhighgway here for links and more music.