Album Review: James LaBrie – Impermanent Resonance

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August 7, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe

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Dream Theatre frontman James Labrie is a busy guy. Not only are the Prog giants releasing a new self-titled record this year, but the man has also found time to release a new solo album, Impermanent Resonance.

On Larbie’s third solo record, Gone are the complex structures and winding epics of DT, and instead a mix of extremely melodic death married with pop sensibilities and electronic atmospherics. It’s a decent, if unspectacular album that will do well for Labrie fan boys until the new DT album comes out.

Read the full review at: Ghost Cult mag

Download issue #10 of Ghost Cult Mag now. 

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