Two years after their debut album "From Nowhere to Eternity" released 2008 the band now releases "Subway".
The single shows the band's artistic growth, and fans will not be disappointed by the new material filled with intense and progressive nerve.
"After many listens to "Subway," I can honestly that the track is amazing, and fits my musical tastes perfectly. The musicianship is top-notch, and I love the pounding bass...very reminiscent of John Wetton-era King Crimson. The bellowed vocals add a nice human feel to the track. The guitar is wild, reminding me of Robert Fripp-meets-Frank Zappa-meets-Tim Smith-meets-Jimi Hendrix. Jazz-fusion is one of my favorite genres, and that is very present in "Subway." And I definitely can't forget the powerful drums, bringing to mind Billy Cobham and Bill Bruford with a slight modern feel. The mid-section is great and sounds a bit like improvisation, which I love. I love how you guys manage to keep such a strong groove going for over 13 minutes; very nice indeed! Even the production quality is pretty good here. Congratulations on such a powerful piece of music!" Well done, Well done
- Jordan Bolen (Nov 2010)
This single clocks in at nearly 14 minutes of driving, aggressive prog rock that should give anyone who thinks “Rush playing covers of Mahavishnu Orchestra tunes” sounds like it might be a good idea. "
“Johanson’s guitar playing becomes reminiscent of a winding snake charmer, freaking out on a cobra in a bohemian bazaar somewhere in the far reaches of the Middle East.”
- Sasha M Lee (Dec 2010)