The fourth album from this band from Germany.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, organ and vocals.
The band had help from numerous guests who provided percussion, guitars, programming, vocals sampling and vocals.
Long Distance Calling started out as an instrumental post-rock band. That was also the case on their third album.
The Flood Inside indeed starts out as an instrumental post-rock album. A lot of chugging guitars.
The vocals then comes in and we move over to a landscape somewhere between grunge, hard prog and post-rock.
The vocals are really good.
The music is still based on guitars with some samples and vocals too.
The music is also really good. This is a good band and this album more than proves that.