Adimiron are labeled "progressive metal" but really the band is just damn heavy. They have some similarities to Gojira and fellow Italians Nero di Marte, which might be where the "progressive" label comes from, because those bands are progressive. Adimiron is more direct and to the point than either of those bands, but uses a similar guitar and vocal style.
"Timelapse" is a solid, consistent album all the way through. That's both its strength and its weakness. While no song overstays its welcome (only one song over five minutes), it can be hard to recall which song is which ,even after a few listens. You remember it if you hear it, but if you got quizzed in the face as to which song is which, you'd fail.
The album as a whole also doesn't overstay its welcome, at a tad over 42 minutes. Each time I have listened to it, I've thought to myself: "Oh, it's over?" So I am not watching the clock, wishing it was done, but I am also not really getting sucked into the album either. The band is very talented and extremely tight. Fans of the aforementioned bands will find a lot to enjoy here, but there isn't any new ground covered either.
"Timelapse" is a solid album but could use a defining moment or two.