With expansive harmonies, strong melodies, an amazing rhythmic consonance and an incredible degree of originality, to simply call A World Of Li(n)es a formidable example of a magnificent and tempestuous album is to underestimate the album’s massive qualities. They are simply stunning, extraordinary, and out of this world! With a genuine and proficiently authentic style, that crafts guitar solos in the synchronicity of the right time, with the proper vicissitude of an unrestrictive sonorous galaxy of virtuous rebirth, I immediately became astonished by their delirious style. For reference purposes, they seem to be the perfect mixture of God is an Astronaut with Caspian, although they really have the potential, as well as a fantastic degree of talent, to surpass these masters of the genre.
When the female vocals begin – made by a special guest in the fourth track – you literally feel yourself transported to another world. Rather than being strange, incompatible or alienated, they feet very well the song’s melodies, in such a perfect conjuncture, that you learn with them what true musical versatility really is.
With a marvelous and perfect fusion of post rock, post metal, power metal and alternative rock, A World Of Li(n)es certainly can be considered one of the best albums released this year. With a wonderfully splendid degree of originality, an audacious inclination for experimentation, an embracing universal creativity and a sensational perception of music as a lucid and visible embodiment of artistry, The Point Of It All reveals itself as a formidable album, one of the most singular pieces you will ever hear in the genre. A state of the art work, A World Of Li(n)es deserves to be highlighted in each and every possible aspect. A primordial and monumental record, you learn for a fact that these amazing musicians are the best in what they do!