Sunday 26 August 2018
Unkh - Innerverse (2018)
The second album from this Dutch band.
The band is a quartet with a lineup of keyboards, bass, piano, drums, guitars and vocals.
I have yet to hear their 2014 debut album Traveller. I will probably get it too and review it within the next months or years. I got a lot of albums to review.
Unkh can be found in the symphonic prog and neo-prog genres. Their music is a mix of both genres. It is also pretty much typical Dutch neo-prog too.
The music is very dynamic with lots of guitars and synths solos. The vocals is good throughout.
The album does not overstays it's welcome as it is ticking in at forty-five minutes. There is a lot of to enjoy during these forty-five minutes too. There is not much dead meat here.
My only gripe is that the songs tends to be a bit dull. They are good and this is indeed a good album. But the music is not great and that is my only problem here. A bit more sparkling songs would have been an advantage.