Definitely not my cup of tea but still I gave it an excellent score as the album still
somehow appealed to me.Awesome slow start, that somehow seemed like the silence before
the storm, or as 'silence calls the storm' as Quo Vadis use to sing, and then the carnage
The music is quite enthralling and the guys are seriously talented and inspired, but it's
just the voice that kills me. I would have appreciated the voice more if he could have
changed his tone from time to time, but it's just a constant agonising tone. There was a
slight change in tone during L'Orpheline that lasted for a couple of seconds, but it was
enough to confirm that they can use this kind of diversity in their music (my opinion). I
certainly would have appreciated more of it.
The end though...what a finish! Most bands usually choose a cover, or a slow instrumental
song, or something different from the other songs on their album. Not Entheos. No, they
provided an aggressive, but yet melodic song that makes you earn for more. I am pretty
sure Entheos and the psychedelic genre fans will definitely not be disappointed with this
effort from the Canadian band as it did quite an impression on me even though I'm a
novice in the psychedelic music world.