The triggered percussion in conjunction with the soothing sounds of the soprano sax ignite my imagination like a tiger who defends his young from the ferocity of the Australian Tasmanian Devil. Whenever my ears experience the majesty of Learning to Live, I like to pretend that I am a little toddler whose living is truly learning. This album is the King Richard III of progressive metal. This is the winter of our discontent from trying to air drum to odd time signatures and polyrhythms!
Digging: Ulver - Messe I.X-VI.X