While the band more or less displays the general elements of psychedelic rock — being predictable to a certain extent —, they managed to successfully develop a very singular style, that captures the attention of the listener already in the first track. A cohesive instrumental symphony of salutary sensibility, that easily revolves around its own disruptive and dynamic features, the sound present on Mydriasis showcases an excellent creative disposition, that really circulates above its own expansive melodic tenacity.
Despite the fact that the band displays a formidable level of technical competence and sonorous vitality, unfortunately, there's little audacious originality or innovation in this work. The album manages to be very good — even fantastic in some passages —, but going straight to the point, there's nothing on this record that you haven't heard before in other works of the genre. The guitar lines are exceptionally good, and the overall musicality of the band is amazingly efficient, but don't expect too much beyond that.
While Mydriasis does not disappoint, its difficult to feel inspired while listening to this album. Comacozer plays safe, and remains in a comfort zone that hardly offers them any challenge. Evidently, they are amazingly competent and skilled on their genre of choice, but sadly, this makes their sound to be too predictable, and sometimes ordinary. If you like old school psychedelic rock, you will probaly going to appreciate this album. But keep your expectations low. Mydriasis is a good record, but you will hardly have any surprises.