Did Corvus Stone II get people to understand Corvus Stone I?
We ended the year in many music charts. Number 5 on Progarchives and in the top 10 in Spain for example. Slowly but surely, people are starting to buy it all over the world. Interestingly, they seem to be coming back to buy the first album later.
Some say the albums are not quite normal. Not quite prog. Not quite rock or any other imaginary genre. It would be MUCH easier for us if we followed one or two rules. Then again, the point would somehow seem lost. What we do, isn't a job or something anyone needs.
What we can say is that it is unique. No way will anyone ever confuse a Corvus Stone album with any other. So maybe that is our strength. Our point.
Corvus Stone should be a fun place to be, not a confusing place. Corvus Stone II became a new second home for some incredibly diverse and musical people http://www.corvusstone.com/singers.html
It seems to have become a place to create songs and music that belong nowhere else.
Corvus Stone have no plan, no boss, no genre. In other words, nothing that can bugger up any ideas we come up with.
I think I just wrote what should be the real rules of Progressive Rock!