Vanishing Point - The Fourth Season

Vanishing Point - The Fourth Season

\r\nAustralians Vanishing Point have been around since 1997 and have already released 4 albums including their latest “The Fourth Season”. Walking along the progressive paths but also the heavy\r\nsound, with the company of the keyboards and the orchestral music in general the band\r\naims in traveling it’s listeners into a melodic journey. The bad thing is that\r\neven though there are tracks when they can totally accomplish their goal, there\r\nare tracks that are tiring and according to my opinion boring. I\r\nwould also prefer if in the middle of “Embodiment” there weren’t the giutar part\r\nwhich reminds Evergey style or the introduction in “Surrender” which is like duplicate\r\nof “One False Move” of Lizzy Borden.. On\r\nthe other hand, there are moments within the album which are worth your time\r\nsuck as “ One Foot In Both World”, “A Day Of Difference”(which really shakes\r\nyou),”Gaia+I Within I”, “Hope Among The Heartless” and satisfy the listener. “The Fourth Season” is definitely not an album that\r\nwill make a difference in what Vanishing Point are all about.. But it’s also not a waste of time. You choose. \r\n

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\r\nKaterina Zafeiraki\r\n

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\r\nTranslated Elena Mihailidou \r\n

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