have I seen promotional material with so many English mistakes, let alone with
so many attempts to make the music sound interesting and weird.
have to admit that this Italian crew’s odd blend of electronic sounds, goth
and prog metal is both weird and interesting. That said, I lack a red thread
through the album. I simply miss that indefinable something that becomes a
trademark and creates the groove in any really good band’s work. This is my
fifth spin of “Project X-Katon” and I still haven’t seen the light in
these guys: the 12 tracks all blend into one long mess, none stand out. You
have to rethink your concept, guys. Sorry.