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2.62 | 9 ratings

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2 stars A rather unique sounding sophomore release from this Canadian band.

Musically the seem to have set a foundation in symphonic prog or neo prog; with lots of melodic synthwork being present most of the time here.

But planned or not, atonal and disharmonic elements keep appearing from instruments and vocals alike; creating a unique and alien soundscape. Which is enhanced by the accent and delivery of the vocalist here.

Some of the songs here work quite well; but most doesn't - for me this gets too weird most of the time. Fans of weird and eccentric music should seek out this one though.

Windhawk | 2/5 |


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