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4 stars Obviously dedicated to the band's 10th anniversary, that means DROPSHARD was founded in September 2007 exactly, they sucessfully live up to their previous highly acclaimed album 'Silk'. After all five songs with a total length of 30 minutes, solely lacking of another 10 or 20 minutes more to provide a proper full-fledged album! Anyhow, the line up remains stable. Chemistry is still in town, inspiration not running out obviously. Which means there will come a lot more soon, with certainty.

Very homogenous stuff which moves around the border of heavy prog and metal. And so stylistically they are not taking new adventurous turns here, do not choose seperate paths really. There's no need on the other hand. Perfect vocals, song writing and execution still is on a high level, probably even more sophisticated. Time will tell. I once again love this songs without exception. Beautifully underlaid with mellotron patterns Lost evolves to the EP's masterpiece when it comes to me. Please check this out!

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