With wonderful guitar lines, and a very intelligent sense of atmospheric density – pointed by a strong cohesion envisioned by a rational unity –, Insomnia is a very reluctant, but splendidly artistic album, that distorts the imperative intonations of its categorical sonorous relevance, around its own precious hyperboles of monumental passion, getting closer to epic moments of everlasting plenitude.
The sound of this album, sometimes, goes far beyond the obvious borders defined by the realm of imagination. With an incredible sense of austerity, and continual harmonies that transcend the overlooking shadows of its own melancholic, but at the same time, vividly expansive sonorous expositions, this album inserts at the greatest tower of its own authorial melodies the fantastic elements of its own splendorous audacities.
Despite the fact that Insomnia is a good album, there are certain passages in this work that sounds too generic at times, and the experience becomes tiresome at a certain level, since the sound invariably gets too closely familiar with other ordinary acts of the genre. Nevertheless, putting forward those deficiencies, this album has very sensible and peculiar arrangements, and a greatly composed craft. With a tremendous potential to be greatly authorial, Antigone’s Fate is a fantastic representative of atmospheric and melodic BM, and has an original degree of talent, that certainly can make them unique in the underground music scene.