A strange, stylistically restless release with great
guitars, bizarre vocals and a variety of strange but
pleasant sounds that resonate the truth of some
alternate universe. Like other Polish bands, Bright
Ophidia move across enough musical terrains to make
even the most seasoned and diverse studio musician
scratch his head and say, "What the?" Death metal,
doom metal, rock and roll, they all make appearances
here, all of them getting almost equal attention and
all of them done equally well.
I wouldn't say that this is my favorite band to come
out of Poland thus far (though they may be one of
them) but they're certainly one of the most innovative
if not always the most easily understandable.