JEFF the Brotherhood are a rare breed: two brothers who can weave just about every music genre into some of the most intense rock the human ear drum can handle. Most of their albums follow a more standard album structure, but "The Brotherhood of Light" is a beast of a completely different nature. Split into two tracks--Side 1 and Side 2--the album follows a more progressive/art rock structure like Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick" or "A Passion Play." Very little is said about the album on Infinity Cat's website, which adds to the album's mystique. Side 1 is the heavier side, steeped more in heavy metal and hard rock than anything else. Predominantly guitar-and-drum driven, the brothers pull out the keyboard to add a little texture to the compositions. Side 2 is more on the slow side by comparison. More pop-driven than Side 1, it shows off the softer side of the brothers' musical influences. Where some bands show their influences on their sleeves, JEFF have obvious influences in terms of genre as opposed to specific band names.
I would recommend this to a friend