Last updated: 12/05/2007 10:00:00 AM
An influential 20th century composer once posed a very troubling question: If music is dying, are musicians the ones who are killing it? Have these same musicians lost their natural intuition for creativity and vision in our vast sea of genre expectation, egocentric notoriety, and mainstream acceptance? Moments after the completion of their 2005 aural collage, it becomes apparent that the Oregon's Kaddisfly has both struggled with this question, and emphatically reacted to its significance. Holding on to every sense of their artistic integrity, the band has consciously put its faith in one cyclical principal of the humanistic third dimension: Intelligent, engaging, and passionate art will forever remain an unwavering esoteric constant.