Friday, 10 August 2018
Dead End Space - The Resistance (2018)
The fifth album from this Swedish/US band.
The band is a trio on this album with a lineup of drums, keyboards, guitars, bass and vocals.
The band was called Johnny Engstrom Band on their first three album before they changed name to Dead End Space on their 2013 album Distortion Of Senses.
If the music on their previous four albums is like the music on this album, I may have to invest in them. I like their genre a lot.
I am also a very big fan of Rush and Dead End Space deliver the goods. That means from the Rush albums Signals to their final album.
The same sound and one of the songs sounds suspiciously like the Rush song Subdivisions from Signals.
This album is not only Rush copycat. It also has some more modern music too. That as an integral part of the Rush sound.
The band has come up with a good one hour long album which will please a lot of people in the jungle of new prog rock albums. My only gripe is only the quality of the songs. Nevertheless, this is a good album.