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3.85 | 145 ratings

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5 stars "Chunks of thorns and dreams"

This album is truly representative of a tormented soul.

"Paint me something grander"

Improving upon the guitar rhythms of "Synthetic" .

"The Nebulous warmth of a world far away"

A truly worthwhile progressive album that hasn't been seen so much as of late.

"Scar-tissued calligraphy"

The emotions come across as true and genuine, not constructed for the sake of "progginess "

"For the first time (Melting the ice that once dominated me)"

Reminds me of listening to my favorite classic prog album for the first time, rejuvenating.

"At first I didn't know what this was or could be"

A grower, took a few listens to appreciate all the dynamics and harmonic interfaces.

"Marching out, reels me in! Consensual lust."

Once the pristine vocals reel you in the accommodating low lines pad your ears with comforting bass blasts.

"But what could make this change?"

After a subdued response to "Synthetic", I think they really wanted to drive their passion for making music home.

"I knew there must be something more."

Doug & Jessica. That is all. Try to find any similar dynamic in prog today, you won't.

"Before they added a little more fire."

Their last album was already a masterpiece, but this is a quantum leap in their songwriting. Developing maturity, heart-wrenching emotional intelligence, and rocking the fuck out. 4.9/5.0

Introspekrieg | 5/5 |


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