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Crossover Prog

3.71 | 70 ratings

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5 stars I recently received a copy of Disconnect's 3rd album "Indivision" and was completely unprepared for what I was about to experience. I am a huge fan of their debut album (Radio Hostile) and loved the concept album approach they took with that recording. With 'Indivision' they have returned to their concept album roots.

The songs flow together perfectly and I can hear many instances where the band is expanding their usage of sounds, tones and instrumentation. Their songwriting has evolved into a very mature and seasoned approach to music.

It's hard to pin down highlights because there are so many, but 'Good Intentions Part 2' is probably the most accessible song the band has ever recorded. 'Perpetual Decay' is another standout and is a good example of how this band can include so many different turnarounds in one song and yet keep it together. I really like 'All Fall Down', the chorus and bridge sections are simply beautiful. 'Time's Abyss' is a fun ride from beginning to end. The 'Prelude' and 'Finale' tracks are a throwback to the early days of Rush (2112 and Hemispheres era).

Disconnect's musicianship and songwriting are among the best I've heard from independent bands recently. They've really put it all together on this album and across the board this is a great release. It's hard to believe their albums are the product of only two people. I hope they continue to stick with the concept album formula, because they've gotten it down to a science.

PhilB_VT | 5/5 |


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