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3 stars This time, the band ar a trio. The drummer left.

Because of that, the spacerock influences are less and the dance influences are more prominent.

Does this mean,it's bad? Not at all. There's still the duelling guitars, heavy spaerock-like synths and heavy basslines. Less instrumental songs and more vocals. I must say that I liked their last album (Colorstar 2009) better, but still, this new album is solid enough to keep me satisfied.

The songs are dark and almost threatening, and have a lot of drum&bass and techno-beats. I can understand, that not everybody will enjoy this. But personally I really like this new prog-stuff like Korai 'r'm, M'sfel and even Ozric Tentacles, mixing dance, ethnic and progrock.

All I want now, is an official live-album, because on stage the band is even more exciting!

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Posted Wednesday, December 5, 2012 | Review Permalink

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