Rise of Kassandra

Rise Of Kassandra is the debut album of Tritop, a young talented Progressive Rock band.
Their music is influenced mainly by the great ‘70s prog bands such as King Crimson, Yes, Genesis and Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Intertwining melodic and more complex sounds with those that enhance each instrument, the band wants to tribute that prog rock rooted, to the most “ferocious period”, using characteristic instruments like Hammond, Mellotron and Synthesizers. At the same time the music leaves room for the perception of the “new prog” typical of bands like Flower Kings, Kaipa, Neal Morse, Dream Theater and Haken.

The right balance between vintage and modern as few bands can do.
The concept is based on the tale describing a world set to zero by a cosmic force majeure.

During the songs, people making their way up from the shadows of chaos and anarchy, and from a raw society, naturally evolves into an oppressive hierarchy. Finally, in The Sacred Law of Retribution, there’s the path of the person who is punished for breaking through this cycle, and ends up becoming the same entity that took humanity back to square one.