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5 stars Hello progheads! It's my first review here on progarchives, so i hope it don't suck ;) +4626-Comfortzone was the first album that i have the pleasure to listen from this amazing band, so, my review will be made only based in this album, whitout influences from their previous releases.

Amazing, is the only word i have to describe it, it's a great album, with such amazing tracks like "Hold On" (the first track i've listened of them" the magnificent epic "If We Must Be Apart (A Love Story Continued)" and "Ode To The Rock 'n' Roller" with references of previous tracks and a litle critic to the scumbags close-mindeds rock music fans. The soft "The One Inside, Part Two - My Companion Through Life" is another of the highlights here. The album is a great combination of classic Ecletic Prog bands like Gentle Giant (and a bit of Zappa influences) with some heavy tracks like "King" and the great "Daughter/Whore". But what really amazes me is the harmony between the instruments, everything is clear and placed exactly where it should be. It's basic, just guitar, bass, drums and a keyboard here and there, but together it works really well. Congratulations to the band, probably one of the highlights of this year.

9,5/10 4,75/5

**I'm a non-english speaker, so i'm really sorry for eventual mistakes of spellig and coherence.

infernalfrog | 5/5 |


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