Californian band Prymary are back with their third album, and it's an excellent release of top quality prog-metal.
If I were to tell you that they've opened for bands like Fates Warning, Kamelot and King's X, since their debut album came out back in 2003, then you wouldn't need a genius IQ to have a stab at what they sound like. However, they do veer towards the melodic side of things, even when the riffs are a-flying!
Die-hard progsters will be delighted to know that the opening, title track, comes in five parts and is a hard-hitting, intricate, dark and dense epic. And it's a suite you really need to set some time aside for, so intricate is it in places. They're at their most metallic on stand alone numbers like 'Inflicted' and 'Disillusion', but it's the closing 'Trial And Tragedy' which, for me, seals their place as a major talent, as it twists and turns its way through your head.