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3.52 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Blue Pyramid (9:08)
2. The Gathering (6:59)
3. Valley Of Veils (4:44)
4. Procession (8:35)
5. Cave Of Souls (3:51)
6. Orange Moon (13:03)
7. Ether Pools (2:24)
8. Opal Cloudlets (4:23)
9. Hall Of Whispers (3:12)
10. Serpent In The Sky (4:54)
11. Blue Pyramid Pt 2 (10:40)

Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Hendry / Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Synth, Drums, Programming


- John Simms / Guitar on "Blue Pyramid", "The Gathering", "Orange Moon", "Serpent in the Sky", "Blue Pyramid Pt. 2"

- Maxine Martin / Vocals on "Procession", "Blue Pyramid Pt. 2"

- Maren Lueg / Ney on "Cave of Souls"

- Tim Jones / Vocals on "Orange Moon"

- Barry Lamb / Saxophone on "Hall of Whispers"

Releases information

CD release:
HeadLab Records ‎- HLB CD 0105

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Review by Progfan97402
4 stars Another installment in David Hendry's space rock project OHead. Resurgent Resonance was released five years after the last one, Visitor and it's pretty much in a similar vein, although a bit more calm and more ambient. The overall feel of this album is Porcupine Tree circa The Sky Moves Sideways. A great deal of the more ambient parts of this album reminds me of "Moonloop". "Valley of Veils" bears more than a passing resemblance to Edgar Froese's Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, which I'm sure was totally intentional, as Mr. Hendry was a big fan of Froese/Tangerine Dream, and I'm certain he was paying tribute to Froese as he passed away in 2015. Other parts of the album have a bit of a Berlin School feel to it, while other parts occasionally flirt with heavy metal, particularly "Serpent in the Sky". "Blue Pyramid" and "Blue Pyramid Pt, 2" is close to Pink Floyd and early Porcupine Tree territory, with Gilmour-like guitar and "Moonloop" type of ambience. He gets some guests on this album, most notably John Simms of Clear Blue Sky (yes, the heavy rock band who recorded for Vertigo in the early '70s). The Ozric influence seems less than on previous albums (since Gaia's Garden, at least, as Steps Across the Cortex and Silent Universe is more like a techno/electronica version of the Berlin School sound). If you've enjoyed what Hendry/OHead has been doing since Gaia's Garden, you should give this one a try.

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3 stars This album seems to be a continuation of where OHEAD left off with "Dream State Circus", before the "Visitor" excursion where they went and did the Ozrics thing. 1. "Blue Pyramid". Swelling, ebbing, slowly morphing synths open this track, pierced cleanly by lead guitar, before settling into a ... (read more)

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