The 9th album from this British band.
The band is a quartet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, programming, keyboards and vocals.
I got a handful of this band's many albums and is trying to offer them any justice by reviewing these albums.
The band is very much a modern progressive rock band. Their sound, that is.
Take neo-prog and add a lot of Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree to their sound. Then add some post rock and some post metal too.
Then you arrive at this album.
The vocals from Bruce Soord is very good and the main strength of this band. The guitars are chugging and good too. The programming stuff is also good.
This album is forty-five minutes long and I cannot fault it for anything.
This is a good album but it is not giving us anything but a solid, good experience. Some great pieces of music would had been cool... but I hope they will add that on the remaining albums I have yet to review.