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3.79 | 25 ratings

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3 stars On this second album from the group, multi-instrumentalist Cage offers up a wide smorgasboard of sounds for vocalist Viggo Domino to apply his vocal prowess too. Cage's ability to work in a wide range of influences and ideas is certainly impressive, but it does mean that the album tends to come across as a bit unapproachable - and, worse, a bit anonymous. I was left without any strong sense of what the Invisigoth sound actually is beyond a chaotic mashup of prog and alternative rock tropes dipped into and out of without much rhyme or reason. Technically clever, and so some will find it interesting on that level, but not satisfying on a deeper level.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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