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Aether - Inner Voyages Between Our Shadows CD (album) cover

INNER VOYAGES BETWEEN OUR SHADOWS

Aether

 

Symphonic Prog

3.37 | 32 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars Very nice release from this brazilian symphonic band Aether. In their second release they prove they learned a lot and the overall feeling is very good. There are some great guitar work that reminds od Camel and Pink Floyd, while the keyboards and rhythm section has a more jazz rock feel on most of the songs. The production is quite good and the artwork is beautiful. I feel the songwriting department needs a little boldness and more inventiveness. Still the music is very pleasant and interesting. The only real downside on this album are the vocals: they are ok but nothing more, the band would gain a lot if they had a real singer with the same vocal potential as the instrumentists. Unfortuynatly this is something rather common in a lot of bands that have a very strong instrumental work (should they get rid of all lyrics and become a instrumental only essemble? Certainly they have the chops to do so, if they wish so).

Inner Voyages Between Our Shadows is a good album and Aether is a promising group. Im looking forward to hear their next work. If youre into 70s symphonic rock with some strong Camel and Floyd influences, you should give it a try. 3 stars.

Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |

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