If Dream Theater and Queensryche were to collaborate, both having listened to Rush during their formative years, it would sound like Inner Resonance. It is rare to find a band whose vocalist is so impressively trained, and demonstrates such dynamic range and intense emotion. Likewise, it isn't often that a guitarist plays with such technical mastery, but infuses his work with memorable, melodic sensibility. Inner Resonance is one of the strongest emergences into the progressive rock arena in years. This debut album covers everything from lush, acoustic compositions, to technical flourishes that are certain to impress. All the powerful motifs from the best of progressive rock are here: vivid lyrical content incredible melodic lines driving, insistent rhythms, accute dynamic awareness, odd meter, creative instrumentation and orchestration and memorable songs. Each song is immediately accessible, but gives the listener new levels of appreciation with each listen.