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Imaginary Creatures, The Blood Of Angels. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

You may have a guardian angel watching over you, one that makes sure you don’t do anything reckless or stupid or just plain idiotic, you may have one that even manages to make sure you succeed in all that you endeavour to pursue; how many of these Imaginary Creatures though will go all the way, how many of us would see The Blood of Angels?

Imaginary Creatures, Danse Macabre. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

The dance of death eventually shrouds us all but along the way to be invited to the ball, to be guided and led by the hand to the Danse Macabre is to be enlightened and shown the way of a new breed of Progressive thinking.

For virtual band Imaginary Creatures, being trapped forever on a type of celluloid is not an option, the expression of music that is aching to be released, to be heard in full on their second album Danse Macabre, is one that is liberal and allows the perception that often clouds pre-conception to be disbursed and scattered with the wind, taking the dust of prejudice with it and it is an absolute joy to witness.