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INNER FIRMAMENTS DECAY

All Over Everywhere

 

Crossover Prog

3.86 | 52 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Well, that was quick addition. And even faster reviewing I hope.

This album is different from other Dan Britton related projects with the closest being probably Deluge Grander (at times, don't confuse it with Granger, which is someone else, ahem). However, "Inner Firmaments Decay" (the name is the name) both surely belongs here and is great album, as I will explain later.

Trinna Kesner as far as I know worked with Dan Britton two years ago on Bantam to Behemoth (by B&B), as vocalist in one track. I'm not aware of her other work, but she's quite capable of making music that moves one's soul (and mind, but not body, there is different music for this kind of effect), assuming that this magical and wonderful music is "figment of her imagination" (as Moon Safari once said).

As Trinna mentioned in interview with our interviewer guy Torodd (see forum - interview section), it's not odd-signature Prog at all. However, that doesn't matter for me, because this album has some other elements to substitute for it. Strong melody section, songs that flows so easily, dreamy-like soundscapes, simply magical atmosphere that simply is. Everything underlined by keyboards and orchestra. And many other instruments as well that creates this big bunch of music that shines with fullness (well, assuming that fullness can shine).

And of course with charming vocals. My girlfriend said that it sounds like what Madonna could be if she was better. Whatever it means.

4(+), terrific, not terrible. Said Prog fan Marty.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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