Agusa is back with their 3rd instrumental studio release, and continue on with their unique take on the 1973 Swedish landscape. No change in style, but the execution continues to accelerate in a positive way. The songwriting is memorable, and the instrumentals more kinetic than even before. It's as if the Silence label just released the next Flasket Brinner album. The usual instrumentation of organ, psychedelic guitar, and flute continue to drive Agusa's sound. To my ears, this is Agusa's best album to date. It's a much welcome style, and one that isn't over copied. I can listen to this kind of music all day. Brilliant really.