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4 stars This is excellent stuff!

I've been a fan of Fish and Marillion and everything in between for more than 20 years now.

This new record sounds as a combination between "Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors" from 1989 and "Sunsets on Empire" from 1996.

This website categorizes this record as Neo-Prog and that's exactly what you get! This is Neo-Prog at it's best. Fish sounds great, his voice is more personal and dramatic than ever.

The other star on this new record is Robin Boult. Fish always had great guitarists on his records or on stage (Steve Vantsis, Frank Usher, John Wesley and even Steven Wilson) but I really like Robin Boult.

I like him the best when he teams up with Frank Usher, but he's not on the record.

The rest of the band are all veterans aswell. Foss Patterson already played with Fish and Gavin Griffiths is the drummer of Mostly Autumn and Karnataka. Steve Vantsis on bassguitar.

Steve was in the Fish-band since 1997 and left in 2008, but apparently he never left at all! :)

So what you get is a tight band playing a mixture of folkprog and neoprog.

I really hope that Fish hires Frank Usher as a second guitarist for the livedates.

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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