The album is elegant, flowing seamlessly from traditional heavy metal riffs to djent worthy chugs to tremolo riffing to soaring melodies to…well, you get the idea.
The Starway Eternal absolutely rips from note one until the final fade.
This time, each band offers a track to the release, as they did last time, but in addition, they sandwich a collaborative track in the middle. Big picture, this split is everything I’d hoped it would be.
If you haven’t heard this band before, they play big, dark, progressive metal with elements of black metal and even death metal embedded in the mix.