The album On This Perfect Day from Arjen Lucassen‘s Progressive Metal project Guilt Machine feels vaguely familiar. It constantly plays stuff we may have heard somewhere. Bits of sound that waft over here from the past, ideas that float by like long gone echoes of things that are not quite tangible. Yet, they never really manifest themselves and show their colors.
So, could it be that it is the concept and this retro coloring of technologies long out of fashion that gets us this impression?
Because this record is much more complex than just simple tunes strung together. In fact, … [...] Click to raid more!