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King Brimstone
5 stars Really thought it would be important for me to review this album since I've been a Frost fan for some time now, I will probably review their other albums soon. Frost has been a very consistent band. Milliontown was their debut and a very well deserved five star record in my opinion, the coming three we're definitely four star records. Very solid and enjoyable, but not spectacular like their debut. Day And Age kinda scared me at first because there wasn't many lengthy tracks, and the album itself is pretty short. But sometimes less is more, and Frost proved that with this record.

First of all, there's no weak tracks in here. In fact they're excellent, they combine synthethizers and electronic samples very well with classic Neo-Prog. There's three drummers as well, but they don't play at once. Standouts would be the title track, Terrestria, The Boy Who Stood Still and Island Life. The eight tracks keep a great consistency and that's what makes me give it the five star rating. It's their second best record, I still enjoy Milliontown more, but I must say I love this album.

Giving it five stars, a great comeback after the great but not amazing Falling Satellites.

King Brimstone | 5/5 |


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