Review by Rivertree published

"This one runs into a 70 minutes lasting revelation, when it comes to my standards. Still in 2023. The Australian Prog giants are returning back to a concept album format here, dealing with the downfall of media mogul James Osbourne-Fox concretely, who is imprisoned in his own body after a severe brain injury. This obviously is spiked with references to current conflicts worldwide. The album shows the band on its emotive peak at that time (even so far). Features diversity, a bunch of catchy moments, weird samples. Alongside with the technical and instrumental skills respectively implementation, this marks something spectacular. A really stunning result. Lead vocals are from the finest ever. Hard to beat."