The third and so far last album from this Canadian band.
The band was a sextet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, violin, keyboards, piano and vocals.
I have never heard about this band before. They debuted back in 1994 with Fragile Whispering Of Innocence. The follow up album came in 1999 and was named Small People, Short Story, Little Crime.
It took them almost eighteen years to come up with Origins.
This is a double CD too.
The music is melodic neo-prog with a lot of Pink Floyd and AOR influences.
There is a lot of long guitar solos here, some violin work and mostly piano and keyboards pieces. That in addition to some vocals.
The sound is good.
The music is decent enough as it does not really enthuse me or bring any quality to the table. Most of the music feels overblown and lethargic.