Enslain Magazine Issue #5
Here's a progressive metal band that offers a lot of surprises. The production of this album has a feel that's a little more aggressive than progressive... It often sounds much more 90's than most of the progressive metal you hear. The album is very diverse, including slow, country-influenced songs (but certainly better than country), heavier, fast songs, and tons of unique riffs. Their vocalist is perfect for this band because he offers an incredible amount of diversity. He most commonly sings with a clean voice with a little roughness to it, which I like, and he occasionally yells or sings incredibly high notes. He seems able to pull off any style he needs. This album is a lot better than I was expecting it to be, and I'd recommend it to fans of progressive music, and those who are looking for a bit of diversity and talent.
-- Lady Enslain