|Review: Sequester - Missing Image|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: January 10, 2015
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Missing Image is the third full-length from Canada's Sequester and on it the band delivers a very retro Hard Rock/Heavy Metal experience complete with Hammond organs and dreamy vocal lines that evoke both Pink Floyd (circa "See Emily Play") and Ghost. There are some decent riffs and the guitars keep the album fairly heavy though it is also very melodic and not the stuff of air guitars and fists in the air. "Hollowed," at nearly 15 minutes, is the best track and manages to stay interesting despite its length by varying instruments, tempo, etc. but the rest of the tracks are somewhat generic. If you like Pink Floyd and newer stuff like Ghost, Jess and the Ancient Ones and the like, Sequester will probably be worth a listen.
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