The 17th album from this band from Poland.
The band was now a trio with a lineup of bass, drums, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
This band is surely Poland's biggest ever contribution to progressive rock. Yes, the new progressive rock scene in Poland is very impressive and has given us some great bands and albums. SBB's output is still a couple of inches better than those bands.
And they are still alive.
The band brings us fifty minutes with a mix of symphonic neo-prog, symphonic prog and some fusion on this album. That has broadly speaking been their formula from the beginning and the band is still sticking to this formula.
Not many compromises in other words.
The album opens up with a normal neo-prog song before it goes in all types of directions.
The music is always good to very good throughout and I like their clean sound and good vocals.
This is another very good album from this band from Poland. A band who deserve a lot more attention from those of us from the west of the ex iron curtain.
Check out this band.