Fusing elements of progressive rock with the aggressiveness of heavy metal and the melodic accessibility of modern alternative rock, Trails Out of Gloom is the kind of album that will immediately impact the listener and send them on a journey into the imagination.
"Trails Out of Gloom is a hidden gem amongst the sometimes nonsensical world of progressive music. Fen are clearly masters at the complementary meshing of instruments. Trails Out of Gloom is a brilliantly composed album that sounds half way between the cleaner moments of Opeth and Anathema, whilst also retaining its own unique identity. Fen provide a delightful presentation of mellow and erudite prog." -- Power Play Magazine issue #121
“Dark and Aggressive. If your tastes veer from Porcupine Tree to Tool, these could be trails worth exploring.” -- Geoff Barton, Classic Rock Magazine #146
"Fen will pull you in and leave you wanting more! Trails Out of Gloom creates textured melodies that always offer something different each time around. Reminds me of what I like about progressive rock, it's ability to create songs that tell stories with their instruments as well as their words. Doug Harrison has a wonderful voice. Don't miss out on this release, it's one of the better examples of the style I've heard in quite some time." -- Cosmos Gaming and Music
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Phenomenal album - still my favourite release of theirs ❤️ The perfect blend of acoustic traditions and rootsy psych rock, with their own trademark sound. Every player contributes an exceptional level of musicianship without overplaying or trying to outshine each other. Everything is perfectly placed in every song. The songwriting and the mix is sheer perfection. I fucking love this record. duncankeithpark