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5 stars Sometimes I get the feeling the values are a bit off in today's prog world. For example, by "challenging" we mostly mean something that assaults either ears (with super heaviness) or brain (with over-complication). Yet we commonly forget that it's a huge challenge to influence the heart as well by crafting the melody that gets as good as possible.

And that's what SILHOUETTE are after. They're at their most humble, even dedicating the song to Marillion's famous epic. What is not good about this kind of honesty? By the way, opening song of the previous album was inspired by attending the Pendragon gig.

Musically what you find this album will be extremely beautiful and well-composed songs that should please every neo-prog fan. And yeah "When Snow's Falling Down" must be the best ever Christmas / New Year prog song!

Thandrus | 5/5 |


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