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...Among them are the Kathmandu progressive rock band Kamero. Singing entirely in Nepali, their debut album Absence Paradox is an esoteric listen that is a resounding salute to masters of the prog genre, such as Tool, Porcupine Tree, Isis and The Mars Volta. Sure, you’ve heard these names bandied about often and you’ve even heard plenty of Tool worshippers in the past — Kamero is in some ways no different. There’s a murky, hypnotic quality to their music that will instantly evoke Tool, but they play around in their range. Songs like ‘86 + Kram’, ‘Pragmatic Delusions’ and the long drawn-out ‘Freudian Slip + Absence Paradox’ establish just how much the band loves Tool, but thankfully this isn’t a tribute album. There’s an all-too-familiar bassline on ‘Sanchhyov,’ a song that spans nine minutes and gets even more apocalyptic as it progresses. ...The Hindu on Aug. 30, 2017, 8 a.m.