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Aether (Equivalent Exchange)

by LAST FRONTIER

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    Six years beyond their second album, Aether (Equivalent Exchange) has a significant singer change signaling Last Frontier’s lineup. The atmospheric heavy metal band gained Marco Cantoni as their vocalist, and musically the band stride into a sound familiar to most who love Iced Earth, Nevermore, and Morgana Lefay if taken in more of a progressive direction. Keyboards set up darker / cinematic textures, but the guitars carry the bulk of the heavier sound – songs like “Flames of Moloch” and the twelve-minute plus closer “Shahar” embracing a wide array of emotions, interplay, and dynamics among the musicians. Probably one for those who like versatility and under the radar influence juggling – but well worth the time if you seek this out. – Matt Coe

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The Willow 06:33
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The River 05:20
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The Brier 05:25
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Shahar 12:13

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Six years beyond their second album, Aether (Equivalent Exchange) has a significant singer change signaling Last Frontier’s lineup. The atmospheric heavy metal band gained Marco Cantoni as their vocalist, and musically the band stride into a sound familiar to most who love Iced Earth, Nevermore, and Morgana Lefay if taken in more of a progressive direction. Keyboards set up darker / cinematic textures, but the guitars carry the bulk of the heavier sound – songs like “Flames of Moloch” and the twelve-minute plus closer “Shahar” embracing a wide array of emotions, interplay, and dynamics among the musicians. Probably one for those who like versatility and under the radar influence juggling – but well worth the time if you seek this out. – Matt Coe

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released April 12, 2021

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