1. Loading…
2. …The System
3. Empathy
4. A Man Without A Soul
5. Land Of Misery
6. Reflections
7. The Mercenary
8. Another Shore
9. John Doe
10. Final Act: A New Humanity

Tommaso "Tommy" Galeazzo - Lead & Backing Vocals
Christian "Jeremy" Checchin - Guitars & Backing Vocals
Fausto "Tex" Tessari - Keyboards & Programming
Daniele Gallan - Bass
Fabio Tomba - Drums


Stefano Zinato - bass on 6, 7, 8, 9
Daniela Caschetto - cello on 8
Jacopo Matteucci - drums on 6, 7, 8, 9

Produced, recorded, mixed & mastered by Alessandro Del Vecchio
Graphics’ concept by Tommaso Galeazzo
Graphics’ development by Aeglos Art

Released 2019-03-29
Reviewed 2019-04-08


There is much punctuation in the name of this band, this Italian band that releases a self-titled album. It is the debut album and it contains ten tracks, tracks with funny titles that peeks the imagination of anyone looking. Places of misery, men without souls, John Does and many other things that can be interpreted as fun. The cover artwork is pretty amusing so it could surely be something to look at. And Alessandro Del Vecchio, a man with many quality productions on his consciousness, has produced it – that should peek your interest.

It is melodic, a bit progressive, hardrock/metal, it sounds a bit Italian and anyone knowing the works of Del Vecchio will recognise his fingerprints on the knobs and buttons used to produce this album. The variation is okay and the playing time is quite sensible so the album isn’t too long. But it isn’t the most innovative or novel of albums either but they will probably have a relatively wide appeal as they play it rather safe and therefore the album might be lost amongst many other similar albums.

Rather good album with good songs and so on, it works fairly well and I would claim that there are no major weaknesses; the lack of originality is the only thing I can think off. I think the track called Reflections is the best one on the album but there are no major standout tracks, it is a solid effort that I think would be pretty fast forgotten, as it doesn’t really offer us anything we haven’t heard before. So they do well but nothing fresh or really exciting, an album that is pretty easy to forget I think.

If you like the Italian styled stuff you might find this one quite appealing, I think that it is a fun little album even though it may not be the most exciting I have ever heard. I think it could be worth a few playthroughs, an album that will not disappoint however takes it on, so why not have a closer look at it?





Label: Logic Il Logic Records/Burning Minds Music Group
Three similar bands: Wheels of Fire/Rush/Symphony X

Rating: HHHHHHH (4/7)
Reviewer: Daniel Källmalm

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