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EMPTY SPACE EXPANDS FOREVER

Phrozenlight

Progressive Electronic


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colorofmoney91
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1 stars Empty Space Expands Forever is another regression in sound for Phrozenlight, further away from creating an interesting atmosphere. Again, as redundant as it may seem, this album is another empty, dark, constant drone with no progression or diversity within. No experimental sounds, engaging resonances, cosmic effects. This is ambience at its most ambient, and uninteresting at its core.

Phrozenlight has potential as an artist, as he's shown me in the past with previous albums that were great. This album, however, is a complete dud. Over two hours of playtime in a dark, empty void - not beautiful, or emotional, or interesting.

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