The Norwegian guitar and synthesizer duo Solefald
(Cornelius Jakhelln and Lazare Nedland) were formed as yet another Norwegian
Given the school's precedents,
The Linear Scaffold (1997) was mostly irrelevant, and would remain
their "heaviest" album.
However, Neonism (1999) began to steer towards brainy compositions and philosophical lyircs, that eventually led to the increasing complexity and
technical exhibitionism of
Pills Against the Ageless Ills (2001), possibly their apex, and
In Harmonia Universali (2003), works that evoke
King Crimson's and Yes' progressive-rock.
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