The third album from this US band.
The band is a sextet with a lineup of drums, percussion, theremin, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
They were helped by some guest musicians who added sea organ (?), choir and backing vocals.
I really liked their debut album but has lost out on their second album. An album I will soon get. So I was looking forward to review this album.
The band is clearly a symphonic prog band on this album. US symphonic prog, that is.
There is lots of references to Genesis, Kansas, The Flower Kings and Yes here. There is also a lot of Supertramp, Styx and Trans-Siberian Orchestra references here.
The music is big and bold. Very big and bold.
The music is complex too and offers up a good ride during this one hour long album.
It is a very good album indeed and one to cherish.
Check it out.