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LAID TO REST

Frequency Drift

 

Crossover Prog

4.00 | 176 ratings

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sean_y
5 stars This album is a real grower. At first I was a bit disappointed because there is less guitar than on the previous album Ghosts. The increased use of the violin, however, makes up for this. Most of the songs are quite long and definitely on the atmospheric side. Antje's vocal sound very beautiful, but a bit restrained. It is an album you have to listen to very carefully otherwise you might miss many of the finer nuances of the songs. To me Dead and Copper are the standout tracks on the album. They have beautiful melodies and perfectly crafted arrangements. To me the strongest aspect of the album is that they really sound unique. If anyone knows another band that sounds like Frequency Drift, please let me now!
sean_y | 5/5 |

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