The 16th album from this band from Poland.
The band is a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
This band released their self-titled debut album back in 1999 and had released albums on a regular basis since then. The vocalist Lukasz Gall has also released some solo albums too if I am not much mistaken.
The music is Polish neo-prog.
The music is on this album very commercial, slick and melodic. The lyrics and music is a concept album about those who sins. The seven song titles is lifted from the ten commandments.
The English vocals is very well pronounced and perfect. The songs is therefore out there and in your face for those who cares about lyrics.
The music is a bit too slick and there is not that much intricate thought provoking music here. Which is a bit of a shame and that makes this album less than good
This band has moved a lot towards commercial rock on their last albums and this album is in that trend. Not all the songs are good either so the album lands somewhere between decent and good.
But check it out.