Who created Prog Rock
Simply put, this is one of the best progressive rock albums I've had the pleasure of listening to for quite some time.
Jim Rowland, About Rock (UK)
This is my introduction to the band’s music and I have to say I am blown away from what I’ve listened to after listening about five times and they are the band to really check out.
Zachary Nathanson, Music From The Other Side Of The Room (Switzerland)
Rendons à Dawn tout le credit de cet album magistral [...]. En espérant que nous ne soyons pas obligé d’attendre sept autresannées. "Darker" vous est chaudement recommandé.
Richard Hawey, Profile (Canada)
On Darker, Dawn has successfully produced a stunning album which encompasses the retro sounds of 70’s progressive music but sounds fresh and up to date.
Jim Lawson, Sr., Prog Rock Music Talk
With “Darker” Dawn have created a great piece of Prog-Rock and cleverly mixed classic elements with Neo-Prog, so that the album is definitely not easy fare, but also anything but boring.
All four musicians shine on their instruments once again, and reveal their musical influences in full-splendor!
Henri Strik, Background Magazine (NL)
Les musiciens sont excellents, the technique est au service de la mélodie et l’album passe comme une lettre à la poste.
Lucas Biela, Clair & Obscur (France)
Dawn has given me another entrant into my vault of great progressive albums that will stay with me for a very long time. In that, they should be mightily applauded.
Progradar, Lady Obscure
Dawn offer handcrafted, excellent ProgRock with a few small refinements.
Daniel Eggenberger, Proggies (Switzerland)
Honestly, there's not a bad song in the bunch, as Dawn have done a stellar job of delivering vintage sounding prog here in 2014.
Pete Pardo, Sea Of Tranquility
Darker n'est pourtant ni du Genesis, ni du King Crimson, du Yes ou du Pink Floyd mais a un son, une dimension et un souffle qui rappellent un peu tout ça en perpétuant avec originalité et conviction un genre artistique qui est loin d ' avoir tout dit.
The album demands your attention, and therein lies the magic: ‘Darker’ demands to be heard, and the more you listen, the more you’ll hear.
John Tucker (UK)
I am again impressed by the freshness of the presented retro prog. Well-known elements are polished up and arranged in such a way that they appear very contemporary in a new guise. That has a very special note.
Christian Rode, Baby Blue Pages (Germany)
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