Red Seas Fire's new EP is basically an extension of what we heard before with their previous self-titled release. While nothing offensively bad happens here, you'll be hard pressed to remember anything interesting that occurred in the first two tracks, which seem like watered down versions of their previous material. "Of Motion" is the highlight of the EP, being a soft song with the clean vocals taking the main stage (it was nice to see the band trying something a little different for once). EP closer "A Life We Used to Know" is also a solid track that stands as the best heavier song here. Exposition is worth hearing if you're a big fan of this band and this scene, but I could think of a lot of more rewarding progressive metal releases to listen to instead.