The songs on Providence are built upon layers of melodies, but still far from the conventions of pop music. This is progressive music in its truest form. The band colors their aural approach with mellotrons, prog rock overtones, some jazz and a litany of other stylish influences drawn from the seventies. Those with a fondness for Neurosis and their ilk will still find a lot to digest in these majestic compositions, while those into progressive heavyweights such as King Crimson and Opeth will not be dissapointed.
Rule The Blood
Where The Spirits Tread
Drying Mouths (In A Gasping Land)