Paodemonio are a band from Portugal that plays an instrumental mixture of jazz, metal, rock, hip hop and alternative music and this is a review of their self released 2014 album "Pirracas Pueris".
Drum beats start off the album along with a contemporary jazz fusion sound and you can also hear elements of funk music along with a psychedelic take on jazz music and all 5 of the tracks are very long and epic in length and after awhile awhile elements of electronic music start finding their way onto the recording.
Saxophones have a very dominating sounding presence on this recording while the guitars bring in influences from rock, metal and alternative which really show in a strong way on the 4th track and the band also has a very experimental and avant garde approach to the way they create music and they avoid bringing in any vocals on the whole entire album and on one of the tracks you can hear a small amount of hip hop style record scratching.
Paodemonio creates a very experimental and avant garde style with their music with jazz being the main influence and they also add in some progressive elements as well as the harder parts of the guitar riffs adding in small amounts of metal, rock and alternative and the production sounds very powerful for being a self released recording.
In my opinion Paodemonio are a very decent sounding instrumental mixture of jazz, metal, rock and alternative and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Karamozav" and "Pirracas Pueris". 7/5 out of 10.