The fourth album from this band from Italy.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitar, piano, keyboards and vocals.
I reviewed their third album around eleven years ago and their fifth album nine years ago. Albums I liked a lot.
I have yet to review or find their first two albums though. I will make an attempt to get them.
Their music is a mix of English symphonic prog and neo-prog. There is no RPI here.
Marillion from the Fish era is a major influence on the band and on this very long album.
The songs are long and epic. We are very much in the symphonic neo-prog genre here.
The vocals are OK. The guitars are OK too.
The sound could had been better and that is the only letdown here.
This still means this is a good album and one to enjoyed for symph prog and neo-prog fans.
Check it out.