The fifth album from this US band.
The band was a trio with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
The band had help from numerous guest musicians who provided woodwinds, cello and vocals.
From what I gather, this studio album includes a few ideas from the previous two albums the band did not feel had been fully released on those two albums.
That sounds like worthy studio album to me and nothing to be worried about. On the contrary....
The band delivers another symphonic prog album with a very much downtuned sound and vocals.
The music is dark with an almost atonal mix. Well, most of the mix is atonal and simply against most mixing and mastering rules.
This also gives the sound a very aerie feeling.
The music on this three quarters long album is good.
Deluge Grander has their own philosophy and sound. Check them out as this band and their attitude makes the prog scene so much richer.