I'm roughly half way through the Tomorrow's Harvest CD. Part way in I now understand what ardgedee was talking about when he posted earlier in the thread. It's an incredibly depressing CD to listen to. The music seems to paint a bleak and forever lost sort of world. I'm not a big BOC fan but decided to give this CD a shot to see what the fuss was all about. I have to admit the artists who created this CD have talent and I can appreciate the creativity behind the music but, wow, it's the kind of CD I have to be in the right frame of mind for any sort of serious listening. For me the songs makes me feel like I'm seeing the world through the eyes of a manic depressant who escaped after years in the asylum and is experiencing culture shock and has come to realize he'll never again be able to return to the sane world. He also seems to be able to see past the everyday fluff of mainstream society and see's the world for what it is, sick and slowly dying. On one level it's a very well done CD but on others I wonder how much time Tomorrows Harvest will get in my regular rotation due to the negative emotions it seems to bring out of me. What a wild sounding CD, if some of the other regulars on here are feeling adventurous give this title a spin. Be warned, it won't make you tap your feet it'll instead make you want to barricade your door and cry for the world. Highlight of Tomorrow's Harvest thus far, Reach For The Dead and Cold Earth, very solid well done songs.
Palace Posy is thus far the best I've heard on this CD. Definitely worth a 5 star rating.
Edited by DigitalFreak - 6/19/13 at 9:04pm