- A Promise Of Peace is a 77-minute-long concept
album about the second World War from the UK.
In contrast to Pink Floyd's "The Wall",
in which the 1939-45 conflict was the pretext that allowed Roger
Waters to conduct an introspective soul search on the theme of
the "missing Father", "A Promise of peace"
suggests a global reflection on the absurdity of war.
You may have to revise your ideas about reincarnation
as this album is awfully close in sound, construct and spirit
to Pink Floyd, circa "The Wall" era.
I like it a lot and I think that you will too.
An superior effort from an independent ARTIST.
Reviewed by Stavros Moschopoulos.