Violato Intatto featured among the 10 best progressive albums of 2017!

Violato Intatto was featured among the best progressive albums of 2017 by DPRP and was included in their 2017 Top 10 by DPRP critics Martin Burn, Owen Davies and Raffaella Berry.
On Prog Italia, Violato Intatto was featured among the best releases of 2017 by Giuseppe Di Spirito, Guido Bellachioma, Giamprimo Zorzan, Massimo Cataldi, Paolo Carnelli, Valerio D’Onofrio, HamelinProg.com, Luca Nappo and Alberto Nucci.
Ribo World featured Violato Intatto among the 20 best albums of 2017.

Here some new reviews of Violato Intatto:

Valerio D’Onofrio on Ondarock:
“Padroni di una tecnica a dir poco invidiabile, già autori di collaborazioni con Richard Sinclair dei Caravan, ospite nel loro secondo album Kublai (2011), i bolognesi si pongono in quella stretta nicchia di musicisti coerenti che esplorano quel territorio a metà tra jazz e rock.”
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Alain Quaniers on Prog-résiste:
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Mellotron Storm on Progarchives:
“I was completely blindsided by this album. […] This has impressed me like little else this year other than the WOBBLER recording. Easily 5 stars and possibly my album of the year.”
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Metauro Trebisonda on Heavy Metal Webzine:
“Con questo ottimo lavoro la band bolognese riporta alla luce ancora una volta il miglior jazz-rock di matrice progressive degli anni ’70, attraverso una scrittura lucida e una più matura consapevolezza dei propri mezzi rispetto al passato, firmando un capolavoro musicale senza confini.”
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Aussie-Byrd-Brother on Progarchives:
“To call AdC a jazz-fusion band would be doing them a bit of a disservice, as they travel much further than that by incorporating everything from Rock-in-Opposition/Avant textures, ambient interludes, brief cinematic Post-Rock flirtations and a touch of Canterbury styled jazzy waftings. […] It all amounts to ‘Violato Intatto’ likely being Accordo dei Contrari’s true masterwork… until their next album most likely! Instrumental album freaks, jazz/fusion fans and lovers of challenging and off-kilter progressive music, here’s very likely your favourite album of 2017.”
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BrufordFreak on Progarchives:
“This is definitely one of the most complicated and creative albums I’ve encountered all year. […] Five stars; a masterpiece of complex, boundary-pushing progressive rock music.”
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