America’s legendary progressive rock band Kansas has released an official music video for their song The Absence Of Presence, the title and opening track of their most recent album, which was released this summer. The video is the perfect companion to the anthemic track.
Michael Baucom states about the music, «Shades of Masque, a bit of Monolith too, would slot in nicely on either album, prog/prog metal, the guitars sublime, the classic violin riffs too, organ reminiscent of Steve Walsh, great job Tom Brislin. Fabulous!».
The album has been widely praised for its musicianship and dedication to classic Kansas sound. From Forbes, and Billboard to American Songwriter, critics have called it one of the best albums in the Kansas catalogue. In addition the also entered many list around the world, and the fans were thrilled
Previous to the album’s release, the band released songs and music videos for the singles Memories Down The Line, Jets Overhead, and Throwing Mountains.
The Absence Of Presence follows-up 2016’s The Prelude Implicit, which debuted at #14 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart. Kansashas sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, and is famous for classic hits such as Carry On Wayward Son and Dust In The Wind to the progressive epic Song For America.