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Prog Leviathan
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4 stars Finally RPWL finds their voice-- and it's much more creative, exciting, emotive, and enjoyable than anything they've done before while trying to sound like someone else.

From the hypnotic, Eastern sounding groove of Sleep, World Through My Eyes hook the listener with strong melodies and dynamic compositions of a much more artistic flair than on previous albums. Weaving between styles and moods, Lang delivers his best vocal performance to date, infectiously crooning out a cosmic message of life, love, and beauty in a screwed-up world. Songs like Star the Fire, Roses, and Wasted Land are impossible not to be moved by, while the extended title track showcases the band's newfound creativity with plenty of class and style throughout its tempo changes and mood swings.

Great instrumental work found throughout, and memorable melodies to please most anyone. Highly recommended; without a doubt the best release by the band.

Songwriting: 4 Instrumental Performances: 3 Lyrics/Vocals: 3 Style/Emotion/Replay: 4

Prog Leviathan | 4/5 |


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