In Time - EP - Intervals

In Time - EP


  • Genre: Instrumental
  • Release Date: 2012-10-30
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5
  • ℗ 2012 Intervals

In Time - EP ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Alchemy Intervals 2:14
Mata Hari Intervals 4:49
Tapestry Intervals 5:18
Momento Intervals 4:23
Epiphany Intervals 5:58


  • Best progressive music Ive ever heard

    By Crispynips
    Words don't do this song justice. Absolutely love the melody and Aaron's style on his lead parts are hero worthy.
  • Wow....

    By KC 240Z
    This is an absolutely outstanding album. They need to come out with another 4 or 5 of these. Briliant writing and playing from all parties. This drummer is sick, bass lines are awesome, and fantastic guitar work with killer grooves. I had to come back to this thread and comment becuase of how good the music is. I can't stop listening to it.
  • This one is worth buying

    By Jake
    Complex, well produced, heavy. and articulate.
  • If this does not awaken the soul, check your pulse!

    By FArtstudent
    Incredible charisma between these guys. You can feel the connection in every song. The production is so tight, crisp, and clean. I will throw my money at this band any day. Worth every cent!
  • Great instrumental metal

    By nebskc05
    I must admit, the only reason I picked this up is the fact they are opening for Protest the Hero and Battlecross on their upcoming tour. Really looking forward to seeing them live and will be on the lookout for more from these guys.
  • Intervals

    By Djentlelman
    This band never ceases to amaze me. They are so creatively talented and blessed.
  • Potatoes

    By Urinemybody
    French fries are made from potatoes. Hash browns are made from them too, as are potato chips. I'm Irish & I love potates. This album is potatoes. <3
  • This album is an experience.

    By Jderrp
    I can 'feel' this album more than any other. Absolutely inspiring.
  • Fantastic

    By DavePinSF
    These guys are really excellent. While I'm sure they'd be categorized as progressive metal (or that sub-sub-genre 'djent') they are distinctive by being really interesting compositionally with serious grooves, melodic heavyness and very solid technical playing. There is a lot of different musical ideas in this EP and nothing feels rehashed to me. In fact, there are sections of some songs (Momento particularly) where these guys would use a super cool riff once and never reprise it which bums me out sometimes. I'd kind of consider them Periphery meets Chimp Spanner. I love that there are no death metal vocals which often ruin prog metal for me. Overall a superb album.
  • Incredible

    By Cantnoscope
    This album has some amazing material and the transitions of the songs are flawless. Highly recommend this to anyone! Just wish their other EP was on itunes.