16:50 - Zaphod True that, all of their albums are pretty solid.
16:46 - Frodd yep, their average is better than most. babel's tower is the album's best, seeds of tyrants is the weakest.
16:44 - Zaphod Typical of them is good enough for me. I liked the first song they released (think it was the title track) but the second one was really boring. And I also listened to Babel's Tower which was great.
16:41 - Frodd definitely yes. there's a weak song or two, a very good song or two, and the rest is typical of them
16:38 - Zaphod I should give this new Primordial thing a spin.
It's been pretty quiet around Darkspace lately, our beloved real-life version of the Total Perspective Vortex, but thankfully its members are not resting on their well-earned laurels. Well, at least guitarist/vocalist Zhaaral isn't, fellow members Wroth and Zorgh seem to have taken a break for a while. Oh well, each to his own, right?
Sun Of The Blind is a side-project by one of the three Darkspace members. While it shares a few traits with the Swiss three-headed Total Perspective Vortex, most importantly the endless obsession with space and the void. Sun Of The Blind, however, approaches space from a far more melodic angle, being both easier on the ears and having a lot more grandeur. Skullreader thrives on the constant intertwining of melodic leads and majestic synths, pushing each other to astral heights. Eerie, dreamy breathtaker of an album.