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Singularity - Between Sunlight and Shadow CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.84 | 30 ratings

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5 stars Total space rock.

To me, the term space rock was reserved for Dark Side of the Moon and such; that album has to be added to the genre. Singularity is making a statement here in terms of intensity because this album has the right stuff to please your cosmic appetite.

From the cover to the soaring Moog lines and thick guitar power riffs, this album is sending you to a chilling trip in outer space. The moods are alterning from tranquil to full bombastic, from soft acoustic guitar melody and then propulsing you full throttle without warning. If you like new bands kicking it old school, you will find lots of Camel (Moonmadness), Pink Floyd (vocals and Dark Side atmosphere), Rush (small bits sprinkled here and there) and some thick keyboard a la Le Orme, reminding me some intense passages of Felona and Sorona.

Wow and wow, and wow again. Obscure band with balls, but intelligent enough to criss cross genres and emotions.

Discover, please.

Menswear | 5/5 |


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