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3.45 | 38 ratings

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2 stars Although being far from an essential prog album their second effort is at least much better than the previous one. This album consists of five very long tracks with guitar lines reminiscent of Camel, some keyboard solos every now and then and bass/drums that are not excellent but quite okay. All the tracks are presented in a constant flow of sound with some nice moments of surprise, i.e. last part of track 1 which sounds like early Earth Band or track 2 which is getting almost bluesy towards the end. Vocals by Chris Campbell are far from being perfect, but okay at least in the softer sections. On this one the band is not so much repeating every well-known neo prog cliché as on the previous album. Nevertheless the tracks could be much shorter as well, the length is promising somehow a bit more than one gets finally during listening. It's quite nice music, but not very original or inspired and one cannot call it a good prog album. The only track being a bit better than the rest is the last, longest one, but still I can't get that much fascinated about it and it's definitively too long.

Sorry to the band and their fans, but even after I listened repeatedly to their second album which is still an improvement to their debut, I'm not convinced of Tr3nity being an essential band in prog or a great hope for the future of English progressive music. The music is just not original enough, more or less mediocre and overblown. Still not good enough for giving 3 stars!

hdfisch | 2/5 |


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