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Time Collapse


Heavy Prog

3.96 | 53 ratings

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5 stars This is the debut album of the band, and i must confess, maybe my No.1 for 2017 till now. It's a heavy prog , still someone might categorised it in the Crossover genre as well.

A great Project, a complete story that describes the metaphorical transition from (our inside) Night to Day, from darkness to light, from our material slavery , rise up to a spiritual freedom.

The thing about this album is that it came to move me from the first time i've heard it, It took me away to different emotional situations, from calm, to sorrow , and from happyness, to sadness. But in the end, all i kept was a feeling of redemption and hope as well.

Excellent complex drum patterns, awesome quitar rythms chords and structures, amazing piano breaks and play as well. The vocals are great too, so passionate in fact, still expect to hear some ''maturity'' from the vocalist to the upper future. The artwork consists a brilliant idea. Let's not forget that we refer to an autoproduction, and that means a lot.

This work consists a play combination from Porcupine Tree, Tool, also Deeexpus and Pendragon in some parts, but i need to mention the YES and ELOY influence to the bassist's play as well.

Last but not least, the unique sound from this album..Completely own to the band...An excellent addition.

epi4ce | 5/5 |


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