Riverside Love, Fear and the Time Machine
On all tracks reigns the magic atmosphere of appeasement...
Love, Fear and the Time Machine is the new longpleem from Riverside. The album consists of 10 songs and was released with the support of Century Media Records on September 4 this year.
Love, Fear and the Time Machine to Polish the team became sixth studio work, where musicians are virtually abandoned in favour of progressive metal progressive rock. Certainly, these professionals meet their unspoken rules and certainly thanks to them some more ghostly links to metal on the disc. A notable example of this is a composition called Saturate Me - aggressive nature expressed by overloaded accents and highly complex architecture of the track. The rest of the songs, is a lighter and expressive version of this topic.
At all new tracks reigns the magic atmosphere of appeasement, headed by stunning vocals and innumerable guitar effects. The opening theme is Lost (Why Should I Be Frightened by a Hat?) more like a solid experiment. For the first time after the album, it is possible to mistakenly assume that all of the above musical tags are a lie, and Riverside is actually the brightest representative of post rock, ambient genres. The versatility of Riverside surprises with each track. The album turned out to be deep understandings and all intended far not for a single listening. Toast the sunset together with Love, Fear and the Time Machine, and you will not regret.