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Domino’s particular sound harks back to early Zeppelin and "Where the Desert Meets the Sea" was recorded using layer upon layer of guitars - some played with drum brushes and violin bows - drums tracked in reverse and of course, belting powerhouse vocals backed in parts by six-part choral sequences. Heavily-distorted bass guitar, violin passages and layers of percussion all combine to create a detailed, textured album which is reminiscent of its influences but also altogether new and masterfully blended to arrive at a timbre more complex than it first seems.
Domino are a 4-piece hard rock/prog/metal band who have been honing their craft since 2004. After the release of their critically-acclaimed 2008 EP "Shadows and Dust", Domino are back - bigger and badder than ever. 2013 Album "Where the Desert Meets the Sea" sees Domino’s maturation into a heavier, more seductive and layered sound while maintaining their unique brand of majestic Arabesque Progressive Rock. The raw passion and thundering power of a Domino performance is an experience to be remembered.