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  • Audio CD (June 28, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B005BY8RVE
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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By sonicabuse on October 17, 2010
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Hailing from Columbia, Opensight combine elements of progressive rock (especially in their syncopated rhythms and fluid guitar solos), Swedish metal in the vein of Opeth and Katatonia and even some elements of NWOBHM within their carefully structured songs. This disc `the voice of nothing' follows on from the band's debut (`prosthetic soul') which received decent reviews from pretty much across the board and it shows a band who are unafraid to experiment with sounds and textures and to push themselves musically to create an engaging and fascinating EP.

Opening track `only when' opens with a staccato rhythm before Ivan David introduces vocals which are a menacing rasp rather than a towering roar although you can hear the potential for the latter. The effect is curiously European in style echoing bands such as Hunter (Poland) and Katatonia (Sweden) without sounding directly like either. While the opening to the song is solid, if unremarkable, around the two minute mark the track segues into a beautiful instrumental passage and you start to realise what Opensight are all about. Moreover when the heavy guitars do kick back in, underpinned by some remarkable drumming from Giovanny Nino and overlaid with an understated but beautiful solo from Carlos Gomez the track is made complete and you can appreciate the build up and atmosphere of the song. Heavier is `former heroes' which has a hint of traditional rock to it with a storming riff, multiple vocals subtly overlaying one another and a memorable chorus not to mention another great solo. Once again, the beauty is in the details with delicate flourishes and moments which reference Opeth at their most jazz-influenced.
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