Nothing’s Carved In Stone – Sands of Time Review

Sands Of Time

Their second full-length is more of their established which is more technical rock than straight forward rock that some other bands play. The instrumentation is almost progressive with the polyrhythms that the tracks are composed of. Again, Nothing’s Carved In Stone is a post-Ellegarden group, but there isn’t a comparison between the two styles.

The album is interesting because it is a drastic departure from more general Japanese rock, but doesn’t border on the technical style of Asian Kung-fu Generation’s abilities. The band continues to perfect their style and while technical, contains a lot of powerful choruses among other elements.