The Way Forward

Intervals - The Way Forward
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 14 ratings
December 1, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
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The Way Forward sits contentedly in one spot for its half-hour runtime — a runtime that works to the advantage of Intervals, though, as the experience is short, sweet, and comfortable. The tones are well-crafted, the technicality is impressive without seeming self-indulgent, the mix is pleasant to the ear, and the guitars sparkle and sing… but we already knew that.


A very good production. Jazzy prog metal. A pleasure to listen to.


After touring extensively together, Plini's influence on Aaron Marshall's songwriting comes through on this record. Combining Marshall's high energy prog metal with Plini's more laid-back moments, The Way Forward is Intervals' strongest album yet.

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Track List

  1. Touch and Go
  2. Impulsively Responsible
  3. A Different Light
  4. By Far and Away
  5. Belvedere
  6. Rubicon Artist
  7. The Waterfront
  8. Leave No Stone
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Added on: December 8, 2017