Relatively concise, being only forty-two minutes long, the record has only four tracks, that in general, lasts all about ten minutes each, more or less. They are: The Scent of Limerence, Luminescent Dreams, A Ballet for Eidolon and Euphonious Odes. With guitar lines that boasts the severe grandiosity and the ardent splendor of its impatient notes, the imponderable – but almost visual, palpable – traces of serenity that this album disseminates in vast abundance creates within the personal immemorial galaxies of the listener a confluence of calm battles that vehemently dissipates the harmonious terrain of its impetuously and eloquently musical continuous grievances.
With a serenity that impersonates the viability of its melodic and exhilarating grace, Euphony of Heralds is a pervasive monument of reflexive propensities, that deeply wanders over the elusiveness of its transient tracks; with a preponderant calmness that sees over the splendor of its sagacious and delightfully patient, allegorical, sonorous vicinities, these beautiful, transcendental symphonies of serenity certainly revives at the axis of its simple, but meritorious overtones, the overwhelming sensibilities of its own distinct and cohesive poetic placidity.
Despite the fact that the album does have a simplicity very easy to assimilate, it doesn’t undermine the ability of the audience to appreciate its eagerness and honesty. All the way through, Euphony of Heralds does reveal itself to be a cohesive, intriguing and very decent album, that certainly deserves to be properly analyzed by the diffuse elements of its serene experimental nature, whose more passionate enthusiasts will certainly celebrate the undertaking grace of its creative and consistent musical sagacity.