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4 stars A promising, aesthetic combo have come here finally with their debut creation. Deep heavy complex musical theater is launched continuously from the beginning till the end of dark rumbling ground titled "Approach". Yes their musical approach sounds in the similar vein of Dream Theater or other Neo-Prog precursors but wondrous gigantic for their debut. And their enthusiasm for creation can be heard via the longest, dramatic track "Flying Machine", that gives us rhythm complication, beautiful melody lines, and something of musical and "mental" stability.

Their sound diversity can be caught in the very beginning of the first "Silver Light" too. We the audience would get veiled in such a mystic ethnic surrealism and powerful voices based upon well-matured delightful chorus. The melody lines might have the same atmosphere we have listened somewhere but let me say it should be fine they were not so sticky for musical / rhythmic complexity. On the other hand, "A Slow Descent Into Reality", as other suites are, can divided to a couple of pieces, and some internal music bridges are not unnatural nor artificial at all ... that's the reason their soundscape can be easily digested into our brain.

Their chorus, instrumental works, and musical point of view are not only vivid but also cold as ice. Contrary to typical Neo-symphonic melodic basis, their sound seasoning variation is obviously superb. Afraid they could release more excellent creation than the debut shot in future ... nah no concern needed. They will do such a fantastic work like this. Let me give them a great applause.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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