With a beautiful – primarily peaceful and serene – musical cosmogony, that reflects a convoluted restlessness that tries desperately to dissipate the eagerness of its own introspective density, the sound of the band is overtly technical, though displays in the same proportion a fantastic degree of creative uneasiness, that captures in the axis of its moderately restrained melodies a fatalist anxiety, that delightfully expands its colorful sensitivities to a more fragmentary dome of isolation, gradually departing from the fugacious and primordial space established by a sober conjuncture of diluted and stable layers of sound.
Displaying a calm musical style – that is comfortable enough to retain the possibilities available on its placid and digressive diagram of diffusive melodies –, Agora modestly reveals itself as a very extraordinary album, though sometimes the sound appears too excessively homogeneous. Nevertheless, its impeccable creative perceptions outline a vast degree of dynamic virtues, that makes the sound exponentially vivid for the most part, while intermittently seeking on the everlasting ocean of the solitary desolation of its restless organic elements the graceful despondency, that resurfaces over the pungent alignment of its majestic and resourceful harmonies.
A marvelous album that displays a vigorous amount of authenticity, Agora is a formidable and excellent state of the art work, that gets very close to perfection. With an imponderable essence – and a soul full of renitent vitality –, that seems eager to captivate the listener by the competent and precise cohesion of its sonorous consistence, Eyes Of Emerald Green had conceived Agora as a fabulous and exceedingly admirable work, whose splendid originality deserves not only to be hugely exposed, but vastly appreciated.