Very reminiscent of classic jam/progressive rock. Don't find much of that anymore and these guys do it effortlessly.
Favorite track: Night's First Light [Live at The Dub Cavern Studio, Wymondham, England / September 16, 2017].
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This Canterbury-infused record has a lot of the qualities that I love in prog rock: structured yet unpredictable songwriting; production that, unlike much new prog, does not sound like something recorded in an aseptic vacuum chamber; many different instruments that work together favouring empathic synergy over aimless technical noodling; different layers and moods seamlessly woven together; the rare capacity of not taking itself too seriously; and much more. A bold and inventive masterwork. muschiosauro
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Not only beautiful and endowed with amazing precision, “Dwellers of the Deep” delivers a double experience: the listener can either enjoy some of the most qualitative prog music I’ve been given to listen to for some years, or dwell on the deepest and most subtle details that, put together, make this album simply excellent. Aligarde