- War Song
- Into the Lair
- Vision of a New Dawn
Mike Visaggio - Keyboards
Todd Russel - Guitars, Triangle
Michael Murray - Drums, Percussion & Whistling
Mark Tupko - Bass
Dimetrius LaFavors (tracks 1, 2 & 5)
Michelle Schrotz (track 3)
Mike Florio (track 4)
It's the kind of album that you could just sit with a loved in front of, as a live, on stage band entity, close your eyes, and allow to absorb each and every crafted beat, swirl, and instrumental brilliance within you.
— Anne Carlini
A nice candidate for top 10 for 2015. A nice intriguing art work.
Travelog is a much more symphonic affair, with a strong jazz-rock fusion influence.
— Prog Archives
... is an exceptional exercise in experimentation, for it is bellyful of disjointed melodies and varying rhythms, all utilized to a level of outstanding resonance.
— The Rocktologist
The former transitions between madrigal sounding keyboards, fine organ solos, ripping guitar parts and softer acoustic led sections while the latter is a wonderful slice of classic symphonic prog with spellbinding keyboards, thick bass lines and complex Howe-like guitar fills.
— Sea of Tranquility
All tracks on the album have their own signature, which is not unusual, but in this case it shows the diversity of what Kinetic Element is capable of.
— Angelo's Rock Orphanage
Those who enjoy the slow burn of epic prog – think Yes‘ Close to the Edge more than Tales From Topographic Oceans – will enjoy this delightfully adventurous yet accessible set.