Review: Canvas Solaris – The Atomized Dream 
Georgia-based Canvas Solaris ditch one member, pick up 3(!) more and take their instrumental interludes to another level in the process according to the findings audible on THE ATOMIZED DREAM. This eight-track offering still remains steeped with progressive metal grandeur, yet thanks to a larger quantity of quieter moments such as “Photovoltaic,” this disc just as well relishes in its grace. While it takes more than a few listens to truly wrap your head around the arduously audacious affair, fans from the far-reaching metal sect will surely embrace the new sounds of the group’s multi-layered musicianship thanks to the new blood injected into complex soundscapes such as “Solar Droid.” www.lasersedgegroup.com -Mike SOS
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