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3.96 | 53 ratings | 4 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Time Bound (2:13)
2. Time Collapse (5:17)
3. Reflecting Lies (4:51)
4. Night to Day (7:37)
5. Messiah Complex Pt. I (Projected Perfection) (6:30)
6. Messiah Complex Pt. II (Cracked Delusion) (7:25)
7. Messiah Complex Pt. III (Redemption) (4:16)

Total Time 38:09

Bonus tracks on Bandcamp download:
8. Xelpmoc Haissem (1:28)
9. Outro (0:30)

Line-up / Musicians

- Chris Cahill / vocals, guitars
- Nikos Lekanis / guitars
- Stavros Marinos / keyboards
- Yiannis Kiousis / bass
- Babis Amoiridis / drums, percussion

- Ilias Papadopoulos / clarinet (4)
- Georgia Christina Alexopoulou / soprano vocals (5)

Releases information

Artwork: Dimitris Lekanis with Vaggelis Dagres (photo)

CD self-released (2017, Greece)

Digital album (2017) With 2 bonus tracks

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TIME COLLAPSE Night to Day ratings distribution

(53 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (4%)
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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams
4 stars Another brilliant sunrise in the spring of 2017. A Greek rock outfit Time Collapse have got started as a promising heavy / experimental quintet, and finally their full-length debut shot "Night To Day" veiled in a beautiful, mysterious sleeve in March, 2017. They say (both in their own bio and upon their Bandcamp page) they are a crossover / metal progressive rock band but sound not of crossover nor of metal for me. Through their debut creation, I guess it should be more natural they are called as a heavy rock project seasoned with metallic taste and slight pop spice. It might be apparent that they would have got massively influenced by 70s Rush or King Crimson.

Their playing technique is quite qualified, and composition and production are well elaborated. Kinda vibration between calmness and loudness is balanced, and their melodic view is filled with cool tightness, deep heaviness, and mystic ethnicity ... sounds inspired by modern Myth. And don't forget their soundgarden itself is leaning towards 70s heavy prog tinged with pop essence eventually. What an amazing manner they invited catchy flavour whilst composing such a deeply heavy opus. Battles of instruments (guitars and keyboards) in the front line supported with the strict rhythm section (especially in Messiah Complex Suite) are excellent although there is not so dramatic nor theatrical atmosphere. We can believe they will create / produce in more and more enthusiastic manner in future yes.

Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
5 stars From Greece, this five piece band delivers their first album about the transition from night to day and darkness into light. This album is the result of 3 years of work and I can say that these guys didn't waste any of their time writing and recording this one. The album starts with a short intense instrumental track. It is followed by some Porcupine Tree experimental soundscapes with piano before the heavy guitars and the vocals kicks in. The mood and the pace of the song can also be close to what Tool has been doing for many years. "Reflecting Lies" show some complex drums patterns and a good use of the vocals and some nice guitar playing. "Night to Day" is another great track with an electronic intro and a piano break, this instrument is, in fact, use a lot on this album to create that duality of the heavy and the light. The songs have a lot of breathing room before the heaviness comes in. After the heaviness of the first part of the 3 parts suite "Messiah Complex", the band surprises us with a 2 minutes loop woman chanting before getting into a heavier mode. The band continue to use that Porcupine Tree rhythm guitar chords but mixed with some original guitar playing and some complex structures. The intensity level of the songs is always present even in the slower pace passages. The last song is another instrumental song to complete the cycle, this one being the acoustic and calm one compare to the first. From the production to the musicianship, the arrangements and the songwriting, this album is an excellent discovery. You can get this one for free at their Bandcamp page, I can't give only 4 stars, compare to what I have been hearing lately, it's a solid 4.6 stars.

Latest members reviews

5 stars This is the debut album of the band, and i must confess, maybe my No.1 for 2017 till now. It's a heavy prog , still someone might categorised it in the Crossover genre as well. A great Project, a complete story that describes the metaphorical transition from (our inside) Night to Day, from darkne ... (read more)

Report this review (#1790820) | Posted by epi4ce | Thursday, October 5, 2017 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Review # 55. Time Collapse is a rather new band from Athens, Greece, which I discovered recently through Prog Archives. Being from Greece as well, I'm always trying to pay attention and support the bands that come from my country, assuming they worth it of course. I have to admit that during t ... (read more)

Report this review (#1719526) | Posted by The Jester | Wednesday, May 10, 2017 | Review Permanlink

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