There is something in The Caughtery’s sound that feels like an echo of the past. Not in a dated or nostalgic sort of way but it is a long time since I heard a new song that felt this big, this wide-screen, this epically cinematic. And we are not talking mere volume here, this is not about overplaying and throwing sonic kitchen sinks at the process (heavy metallers take note). No, “The Uninvited” sounds big rather than merely heavy, it is dramatic yet light on its feet, full of ornateness and intricacy rather than just full of musical stodge. It’s the difference between a block of marble and Michelangelo’s David!…

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