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kev rowland
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4 stars So Tr3nity are back with their second album, following on from their superb 'The Cold Light Of Darkness'. This is another concept but the subject matter this time is a bit more cheery than the last ' to get the story go to for more details. Tr3nity have moved on: they are still one of the UK's undiscovered prog bands but they are yet again fulfilling their objective, 'music with a purpose'. While their music still brings in elements of bands such as Camel and Pendragon, there is also more than a hint of Saga and even Styx in what they are doing.

Five songs, each more then ten minutes long, with the closing 'The Last Great Climb' managing to just break the twenty minute barrier. There is so much space in this music that is possible to get inside it and have a rest on one of the held down keyboard chords, and just let the mind move with the swirling in and out. Two minutes into the last song and there is a change in tempo brought in by the introduction of piano which could have some straight from 'Wish You Were Here' - sounding nothing like Floyd but identical at the same moment.

When I played their debut album I found that it took me a while to get into it, as I felt that the lyrics jarred slightly with the music but it eventually won me over. No such problem this time as straight from the first playing I fell in love with it ' I am sure that all progheads into good music will want to discover this British band.

Originally appeared in Feedback #79, June 2004

kev rowland | 4/5 |


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