"FramePictures are a musical A-team with bags of appeal and if 12-minuter "Call for Me" doesn't always hold the attention, the near half-hour, seven course prog feast "My Will to Live" certainly does."
Article by Grant Moon in Classic Rock Presents Prog magazine, UK.
Classic Rock Presents Prog
"The songs are dynamic creations with an emphasis on mood and melody, where the mellower passages take on a distinct Neo sound featuring floating keys of a symphonic nature over dampened guitars, while the metal motifs are more of a riff based nature, bass driven affairs crafted in an energetic, uplifting galloping style blended in with more typical sounding slower, majestic riff and keyboard cascades".
Review in Prog Archives, USA.
"The band’s performance matches the epic scope, however. Where we were previously given a peek into a darkened room, the walls have exploded to reveal a stroboscopic spectacle of exactly how well these musicians perform and perform with one another. “My Will To Live” ranks right up there with your “Lamb Lies Down On Broadway”; your “Cygnus X-1” and “Hemispheres”; your “Tales Of Topographic Oceans” and your “Thick As A Brick.” It’s that f* amazing!
I have huge expectations for the future works of FramePictures. Progrock Records has a great track record of finding the best progressive rock artists in Europe and bringing them to audiences worldwide, but they’ve suddenly upped the ante by their discovery of this band and the release of Remember It. More, please! And don’t leave me hanging for long!"
Review in "Classic Rock Music Blog", USA.
Classic Rock Music Blog
"Detail is the right word for this work, full of intricate melodies. Nothing is left to chance and the pieces that make up the musical mosaic fit wonderfully in the atmosphere, which show some reminiscences of the great seventies prog rides. Can't avoid dreaming about the good old days of Rush and ELP... Spectacular!"
Article in LoudVision, Italy.
"The songs are long, but memorable, the playing virtuoso, but not excessive, and the production stellar, but not flashy. Toss in a great CD booklet filled with eye popping artwork and lyrics, and you have one of 2010's progressive metal surprises”.
By Pete Pardo at Sea of Tranquility webzine, USA.
Sea of Tranquility
"On their debut, FramePictures sound as confident as if they were already 20 years in business and as fresh as... an Atlantic sea breeze. The mixture of harder, symphonic progressive rock, metal elements and little gimmicks of electronica and jazz-rock meets exactly my nerve. (...) Highly recommended”.
Extract from Babyblaue webzine, Germany.
"Epic and accomplished, FramePictures' Remember It is grand progressive rock/metal bound to challenge, intrigue, and entertain from beginning to end”.
By Craig Hartranft at Dangerdog Music Reviews, USA.
"There are slow parts, fast parts, faster parts and more without getting annoying. FramePictures leaves here a great all round rock album behind"!
From FuryRocks magazine, Holland.
"Overall this is a band to discover and praise, hoping that they can further develop their own signature and come back soon with that prog metal landmark that they already know it’s in their reach. Fans of technical and varied progressive metal can’t go wrong here".
By ProGGnosis, USA.