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3.99 | 95 ratings | 3 reviews | 34% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dawn (2:47)
2. Tree of Life (10:34)
3. The Other Side (3:53)
4. In Motion (7:46)
5. Fill the Void (4:59)
6. Sunset (3:56)
7. Under the Spotlight (6:46)
8. Dystopian Delirium I-From Sea to Sea (2:53)
9. Dystopian Delirium II-Shadow of Freedom (4:22)
10. Dystopian Delirium III-Forsaken Dreams (11:55)
11. Dystopian Delirium IV-Stronger Than Death (6:22)
12. Dystopian Delirium V-Dusk (3:13)

Total Time 69:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Phil Burton / lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Simon Arsenault / lead & lap steel guitars, backing vocals
- Marc-André Brunelle / keyboards, backing vocals
- Thierry Clouette / bass
- William Régnier / drums, backing vocals

- Simon L'Espérance / rhythm guitar, percussion, co-producer, mixing
- Pamme Youance / vocals
- Jolyane Lemay / vocals, violin
- Jordan Delage / backing vocals
- Antoine Tessier / backing vocals
- Gabriel Genest / flute
- Nawar Helaleh / trumpet
- Lauriane Massie / French horn
- Alexis Desrosiers-Michaud / trombone
- Alexis Boulanger / tuba
- Mikhaël Bureau / programming
- Thomas Brodeur / sound design
- Roberto Jr Napolitano / arrangements

Releases information

Artwork: Roberto Jr Napolitano

CD self-released - RAZ2-7818 (2017, Canada)

Digital album

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INNERSPACE Rise ratings distribution

(95 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(34%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (23%)
Collectors/fans only (5%)
Poor. Only for completionists (4%)

INNERSPACE Rise reviews

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Collaborators/Experts Reviews

Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy, RPI, Symph, JR/F Canterbury Teams
4 stars Here's a concept album about a dystopian world which describes the way you can perceive the state of the actual world today. The band continues to show the Pink Floyd influence especially with the voice of Phil Burton. The guitar is in the Gilmour style also in some parts and you can hear some Richard Wright spacey keyboards. The music got a cinematic feel going into some different mood with piano and acoustic guitar through some prog metal parts with crunchy of electric guitars. All this music is embellished with classical arrangements and Latin chant. The songs switch from ballads passages to more upbeat parts that are obvious in the last epic song divided into 5 parts "Dystopian Delirium". This album has a nice atmosphere overall and doesn't appear long to get through the whole 70 minutes and will appeal to fans of Pink Floyd and RPWL. 3.6 stars

Latest members reviews

4 stars Review # 74 This is a band I discovered recently, and I was surprised by its quality. Rise, is a 70-minute-long concept album, about a dystopian future. The music is dark and melancholic, but beautiful and melodic at the same time. I found many similarities between Rise and Black Science b ... (read more)

Report this review (#1839356) | Posted by The Jester | Wednesday, December 6, 2017 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Recently heard this band, I listened to their last album, I think more general, but this new album but I was surprised. Although they were greatly influenced by pink floyd, but in this "rise" they found their own voice. This is a dystopia concept, the lyrics are obscure, it seems to describe a t ... (read more)

Report this review (#1817252) | Posted by mitarai_panda | Sunday, October 29, 2017 | Review Permanlink

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