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TOUCH THE SKY - VOLUME I

Supernal Endgame

 

Crossover Prog

3.64 | 34 ratings

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Morsenator
4 stars Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took the contemporary gospel/indie pop played on an average Christian youth service by some more talented guys than the stuff they play would imply (at least if you're in US or Europe) and managed to sneak in a large dose of symphonic prog influences? Well, you probably haven't, but this album might be quite close to the ending result. If the concept doesn't spontaneously give you a loud thought of "What.. NO?!" or "UGH!", there's a good chance you might actually like this album. Supernal Endgame do their thing with both courage and taste, adding catchy melodies and lyrics closer to traditional worship music but also for balance lengthy instrumental sections, such as nice guitar and violin soolos or proggy keyboard patterns. Through the many upbeat sections there are also some very interesting varied rhytm patterns reminiscent for crossover prog, under which the artist is sectioned here in PA. The album is consistent and solid, and while it lacks the masterpiece quality it is quite easy to give it four stars with a big recommendation attached. Highlights: Still Believe, Expressions, You Reached Down
Morsenator | 4/5 |

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