Obliquity of the Ecliptic
After almost three years in silence the fusion makes an incredible solid and heavier come back with "The Obliquity of the Ecliptic", a full length album that finally captures the potential and talent of this band. The Obliquity of the Ecliptic fully breaks away from the cliché of actual metal acts producing a cohesive record from start to finish that it is easy to follow, and at times even flirts with experimental sounds. There's a huge leap forward in terms of musicianship, writing and performance compared to it's previous efforts. This is a must have. Planetfuzz says: '...If you think you were born too late, and like your new music fused with 70's, 80's and beyond then 'The Obliquity of the Ecliptic' is well worth your time. They haven't reinvented the wheel here, but in the grand scheme of things, this is a lot better than anything you'd hear on your local radio stations. Well recorded, well thought out and well done'. Hard Rock/Metal reviews says: '...If you're a fan of traditional pummeling, heavy metal with a modern edge then you'll be pleasantly surprised by Fused. There's no Nu-Metal or Post Nu-Metal nonsense here...Unlike some of the current crop of thrash and metal bands that been signed during the course of the past 2-3 years, I can see Fused as one that could be a force to be reckoned for a long-time'. Metal Storm says: 'When reading the album title and track listing of the album, only one thought came across my mind; 'Oh shit, this is going to be pretentious.' I couldn't have been more wrong! The Obliquity Of The Ecliptic is a 100% rock n' roll album, revolved entirely around classic riff work and catchy hooks'.