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Singularity - Between Sunlight And Shadow  CD (album) cover




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3.82 | 28 ratings

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Dan Bobrowski
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3 stars A much better release than Color of Space, Singularity pares it down to a trio and lays down a very listenable concept album. Singularity loses the Geddy clone and finds a voice of it's own. Guitarist Matt Zafiratos, Keyboardist John Green and Drummer Jamie McGregor share vocals chores and have a strong resembalance to the vocals in Timothy Pure. This change of voice gives the album a stronger Pink Floyd influence, however flashes of their Rush inspiration shine through. The musicality is soft and flowing, with one chunky portion, "Inferno" that rocks but doesn't pound.

Between Sunlight and Shadow is a concept album broken into 15 pieces. The lyrics have a strong religious bent, searching for healing, "A thirst for something higher." They don't get preachy, but offer some hope of finding peace in thaat space between darkness and light.

Dan Bobrowski | 3/5 |


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