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Headspace
All That You Fear Is Gone
by Lotty Whittingham at 10 April 2016, 12:05 PM

The greatest thing about the history of Rock is its vibrancy and more than interesting elements that go with it. The latest band to come into play that could possibly make their historic mark is UK Progressive Rockers HEADSPACE. Their latest album “All That You Fear Is Gone” is one of the most thought provoking and intricate pieces of music listeners will ever come across.

HEADSPACE started from humble beginnings as a way for a close group of friends to reconnect, no talk or visions of starting a band at all. They released their first EP “I Am” in 2007. According to the group’s keyboardist Adam Wakeman they had absolutely no idea where this project was going, they decided to go about it in a way teenagers would, playing with great friends. It was a case of go with the flow and see what happens.
This particular approach can either backfire horribly or work sensationally well; in this case it worked spectacularly well. “All That You Fear Is Gone” is the follow up to their release “I Am Anonymous” from 2012.

From the moment you press play on the opening track “Road To Supremacy” to when you finish up on “Secular Souls” you are transported into this universe away from reality, definitely occupying your head with the interesting yet powerful sounds of HEADSPACE. Throughout the record you are treated to outstanding tracks consisting of beautiful vocal work, amazing melodies on the keyboards, mellow guitar riffs that have a solid impact and the perfect drum background.

It’s also one of those records where it merely impossible to pick a favourite song; each and every one of these songs had their own substance and depth where the same solid impact is given. This is an album you will want to play over and over again without ever growing bored. Records like that are an extremely rare find nowadays.

So if you wish to experience music that sounds like the love child of MUSE and BLIND GUARDIAN then this album is for you.

Originality:  10
Songwriting:  9
Memorability:  10
Production:  10

5 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Road To Supremacy
2. Your Life Will Change
3. Polluted Alcohol
4. Kill You With Kindness
5. The Element
6. The Science Within Us
7. Semaphore
8. The Death Bell
9. The Day You Return
10. All That You Fear Is Gone
11. Borders And Days
12. Secular Souls
Lineup:
Damian Wilson - Vocals
Adam Wakeman - Keyboards
Pete Rinaldi - Guitar
Lee Pomeroy - Bass
Rich Brook - Drums
Record Label: InsideOut Music
     


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