Comus

By Marcus Kagler

Named after an obscure John Milton masque—essentially a 16th century version of a musical production—Comus’ avant-folk meets prog-rock bent was intense, weird, and way too far ahead of its time to be appreciated during the early ’70s. As the brainchild of vocalist/guitarist Roger Wootton and guitarist/arranger Glenn Goring, the band utilized mostly acoustic instrumentation ranging from 12-string guitars to string and woodwind instruments to spin macabre and often violent odes (disguised as prog-rock). The subject matter of Comus’ catalog ranged from rape to... Read More

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