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Source: Music Morsels
Date: August 2003
Reviewer: Mark E. Waterbury

The Pink Floyd feel of "Spectral 1," the lead track from the debut by Philly's Divided Sky explodes into the powerful "Grasp", you think of Tool and Korn, tempered by maybe a slight touch of Creed. "Missing Persons" acoustic interlude sucks you in before unleashing a furiously charged thundering animal. "Diminishing Persons" actually sticks more with the acoustic guitar edge and really showcases the dynamic vocals of Sean Crisden. Powerful, intricate and full of life this is great, inventive new heavy rock.

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