Riverside release a new longplayer. Mariusz Duda and his Prog crew present their strong album "Love, Fear and the Time Machine" demonstrating again their creative talent with 11 outstanding titles. The cover of the already sixth output was created by Travis Smith (Seempieces) who already worked for bands like KATATONIA, OPETH and NEVERMORE.
Tracklist - Love, fear and the time machine
- 1.Lost (Why Should I Be Frightened By A Hat?)
- 2.Under The Pillow
- 4.Caterpillar And The Barbed Wire
- 5.Saturate Me
- 7.Discard Your Fear
- 8.Towards The Blue Horizon
- 9.Time Travellers
- 10.Found (The Unexpected Flaw Of Searching)
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This album is a big change in style for Riverside but still manages to stay true to their signature sound and mood. The overall tone of this album is very mellow and sentimental in my opinion (in a way that is slightly reminiscent to their first album Out Of Myself), as the band explores new sounds in a very immersive journey from the first track to the last.
A very emotional album that is very atmospheric and prog-influenced; I highly recommend checking this album out. As a massive Riverside fan, I think this is one of their strongest releases, along with Second Life Syndrome and Out Of Myself.
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