Nine Stones Close > One Eye on the Sunrise
I think I was a bit spoiled by the previous album Traces. In my opinion this was an incredible...
It is a beautifully constructed album with the heavy epics counterbalanced by shorter less...
I just received my package from Holland, the new shimmering release from Nine Stones Close as well...
Nine Stones Close delivers a lush and soulful third album that firmly establishes a trademark sound for the band.
Band principal Adrian Jones (Guitars) is supported by top class musicians from The Netherlands: Peter Vink on bass (Q65/Ayreon/Star One), Pieter van Hoorn on drums (Knight Area), and Britain: Marc Atkinson on vocals and Brendan Eyre on keys (Riversea).
The package is completed by Antonio Seijas’ beautifully haunting artwork (known for Marillion and Gazpacho artwork). The result is a sonic treat with truly soaring moments on tracks such as Frozen Moment, A Secret, The Weight, and the epic title track.
One Eye on the Sunrise is mandatory listening for rock and progressive fans and will surely be talked about as one of the best releases of the year!
- 1 - Faceless Angel
- 2 - A Secret
- 3 - Janus
- 4 - ... and dream of sleep
- 5 - One Eye on the Sunrise
- 6 - Eos
- 7 - The Weight
- 8 - The Distance
- 9 - Frozen Moment
- 10 - Sunset