Leeman’s “Prayer Flags” reviewed by Jano Lapin

The use of airy female vocals sprinkled on many tracks are almost new-age like (think Evermind-era Amethystium) and bring a whole new dimension to the music. There’s something hypnotic to it that makes you want to close your eyes and get drawn to the music.

As you get through the record, bass-driven darker vibes take over on song White and culminates with Black, a track that uses industrial siren sound and distorted vocals. How did we get here again?!?

Like the wind passing over the surface of the prayer flags, let the music of Leeman flow through your ears in order to purify and sanctify your mind!

Must. Listen. To.: Red, Black, Green.

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