White Willow - Storm Season CD (album) cover


White Willow


Symphonic Prog

3.95 | 133 ratings

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4 stars With spruced-up production compared to the earlier Sacrament, White Willow's Storm Seasons finds them once again adding a generous dose of Pink Floyd to their sound, to the point where the prog folk sound that characterised their earlier works has more or less disappeared. But when you're looking at decent quality symphonic prog like this, I'm willing to overlook it. Though the album has an impressively chilly and evocative atmosphere, occasionally it ends up feeling just damp and glum like the cover art, but on the whole it's a good effort at branching out into melodic symphonic rock which will satisfy most fans of the band.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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