While randomly browsing Amazon for bands that could compare to Tool in terms of scope and ambition, rather than just scream for twenty-five mins, Oceansize seemed the perfect one to go for and I wasn't disappointed at all. It's not Tool, but I didn't want that in the first place; just a metal band that produced quality, considered music. In some ways this reminds me of albums like Undertow and Pablo Honey - not musically of course, but that the band isn't stopping at that point and have something amazing waiting in the future. It's further along the line than either of those two however, and simply better, so I'll be enjoying this for however long I have to wait with the highest of expectations for the next.
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