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Thread: Thank You Scientist - Terraformer

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Well, gave the new double-album another solid listen on a long drive, the other day. Definitely a lot to dig into. I find the second disc the best, and there are a couple of killer tracks at the end of disc one, including a killer instrumental. They seem to come up with a great instrumental on every release, incorporating wicked riffs and letting each player shine. All-in-all a very good release, with their most full and lush sounding production yet. This seems to help smooth out some of the chaotic, busy nature of the music. I never get why some people find the vocals a deal-breaker...they sound great to me.

    It does sadden me a bit, that one of the most talented, energetic and hard-working young, modern prog bands out there, still hasn't made it to a two-page thread, but there you go.

    For me at least, 2019 has been another year of super-solid releases, and this fits right in.

    neil
    Thanks for the positive comments. It saddens me also that this great new prog band is going unnoticed. They deserve better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Well, gave the new double-album another solid listen on a long drive, the other day. Definitely a lot to dig into. I find the second disc the best, and there are a couple of killer tracks at the end of disc one, including a killer instrumental. They seem to come up with a great instrumental on every release, incorporating wicked riffs and letting each player shine. All-in-all a very good release, with their most full and lush sounding production yet. This seems to help smooth out some of the chaotic, busy nature of the music. I never get why some people find the vocals a deal-breaker...they sound great to me.

    It does sadden me a bit, that one of the most talented, energetic and hard-working young, modern prog bands out there, still hasn't made it to a two-page thread, but there you go.

    For me at least, 2019 has been another year of super-solid releases, and this fits right in.

    neil
    They did the instrumental live when I saw them back in July and just slayed it. They had a pretty good crowd at the gig, but I agree this band deserves better. They are actually coming back to my area in November, but I have tickets for Tool in Detroit that same night, so can't see them this time.

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