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This is an album to return to time and again, in grief and, indeed, in celebration. Review by apps79 Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator.
Listening to the album I have the feeling that Mirek Gil hurried up to make the introduction of the new singer. Material was not as strong as on the previous albums, while Wroblewski was handed too many duties in a short time, he was also responsible for the keyboard parts of the album besides his regular ones as a lead singer and flutist.
Tracks are mostly atmospheric without any significant symphonic orientations, limited keyboards have transformed Believe into a slightly rawer band and the overall mood sounds like Gil and Wroblewski running the project, even Satomi's violin moves do not sound quite as nice as on the previous album.
My main problem though comes from the similarity between the tracks, practically following the same form, which included slow tempo electric guitars and lyrical explorations, always interrupted by laid-back textures with bits of flute and maybe acoustic guitars.
No true dynamics, pretty rare explosions and a generally lyrical, smooth atmosphere, which even makes it doubtful of how progressive this work is. Of course Mr.
Gil hasn't left his talent at home, there are some beautiful, cinematic passges in here with a distinctive Post Rock background and some great guitar work, but, when we are talking about this man, expectations are really high. Change of frontman had an impact on Believe's sound and actually a questionable one. I think that there was a bit of rush by the band to expose their new singer to the public and I have to believe this was the reason why ''This bread is mine'' sounds a bit pale and uninspired.
Average work by the standards of Mirek Gil's talent The lyrics, atmosphere and overall musicianship is outstanding. The band really embraces the concept of 'less is more'.
You can tell that the musicians are really good and tight, but they in favor of the song. The compositions are atmospheric with lots of room for beautiful guitar-, violin- and keyboard parts. Mirek Gil is the guitarist and reminds a bit of Steven Rothery Marillion.
It's inevitable to compate the band to other Polish neo-progbands. The band that springs to mind is Votum and maybe a little Riverside, but Believe is less metal and more atmospheric. Also the violinparts really adds to the sound and give the band a distinct sound. My favorite songs of this album are the piano-driven ballad New Hands and the closing epic song. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
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