Just to clear something up right off the bat, The Shape of Colour is an instrumental album. This one is unlike Intervals’ last album with Mike Semesky on vocals and exactly like their first two EPs.
The absence of vocals, then, puts the guitars front and center, and boy does Aaron Marshall do some good work. Although many bands, especially progressive ones, have some very strong guitar work, I give Intervals props for sounding progressive without making use of those overly djenty off-beat rhythms that sound like someone dropped their guitar down the stairs. The songs all flow together well and from a composition standpoint this album is lacking virtually nothing.
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