I first saw these guys waaay back in 2006 or 07. This EP has endured. I remember being completely destroyed by them live. It drove and inspired me to play more progressively. Thank you guys.
Favorite track: Sub_Rosa.
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"This is music to be absorbed again and again" The Fly
"Four excellent tracks of unique modern progressive
emotive rock that captures todays thirst for an 'Experience' that can be felt and remembered, you will not likely forget the day you first heard (them). If the band can capitilise on their unique feel and keep up the writing - the future must be theirs. 5/5 Rock3Radio
"Within each song, the band bleeds
out passionate, deliberately crafted progressions that merge engaging rock n' roll charisma with the patience of contemporary instrumental minimalism. Groovy riffs, mellow ambience and hauntingly emotional vocals are among the various elements that are to be discovered within the album's contents. Each song builds slowly over generous periods of 5-9 minutes, while never once falling into tedious repetition or inducing any sense of boredom on the listener. No matter what your musical inclinations, (The Feral Text) is unquestionably an essential listen" Sonic-Frontiers
"Four tracks only, but each one a standalone standout, each with qualities quite separate from the others, making of the whole a breathtakingly huge musical quarry that, the more you excavate, the
more you discover, the better it gets." No Ripcord
released March 31, 2006
Music by B. Davies, R. Davies, B. Hemsell, J. Mirza, L. Murray
Lyrics by J. Mirza
Produced by The Feral Text and J.Mirza