The fourth album from this Russian band.
The band is a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, sitar, guitars, keyboards, synths, theremin, samples and vocals.
Three guests provided violin and vocals.
I reviewed their second album, the 2011 opus So Far And So Near for ProgArchives just before I left them and started # 1 of this blog. I thought it was a great album.
The band released their third album The Mystery Of The Cosmic Sorrow back 2016 without me reviewing it before I finally got this album for review.
The base line here is neo-prog.
Then add some Russian folk rock, a bit classical music, hard prog and goth rock. This more or less gives you both this band and album.
The band use both male and female vocals and that to a great effect.
There is no real killer tracks on this album and that is my only gripe with it. This band is a very interesting band and ditto for this album. Check it out.