Anubis - A Tower Of Silence CD (album) cover





4.16 | 374 ratings

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5 stars This record really lives up to the promise shown by it's predecessor. It's still recognisable the same band but with a greater pallette from which to paint. It has several songs over the ten minute mark, including the breathtaking 'The Passing Bell' that runs a gamut of moods and feelings over nearly 18 minutes. Capped off by a solo that Gilmour would probably proudly claim. Likewise 'The Holy Innocent' shows off the epic and symphonic sweeping side of the band very effectively, and the song 'Weeping Willow' shows off the band's vocal harmony skills.

Anubis recently toured in support of Aussie proggers Unitopia and did a very good job of performing these arrangements live- no easy task. The musicianship is excellent and the ability to capture and hold moods is what makes these Sydney boys a truly exciting act to follow. Kudos!

ilikethebeach | 5/5 |


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