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Tom More / Press

“Anyone familiar with the multiple layers of harmony, keyboard counterpoint and drum/bass interplay within the compositions on Supernal Endgame's debut album "Touch the Sky" knows that the band had their work cut out for them...The surprise was how well the band delivered such a full and well-blended mix of textures approximating those found on their studio album...Although each band member had plenty of moments to shine in the spotlight, the emphasis never veered far from a commitment to the creation of meaningful compositions as a whole. For every moment in which Dan's tin whistle and lead guitar or one of Tom More's busy bass-lines demanded undivided attention, there were countless passages in which various band members contributed synergistic parts to create a much greater "whole"...Suffice it to say that if you enjoy melodic progressive album rock oriented praise music...you won't want to miss them!”

“...peppered with accessible sounding melodies and arrangements, proving that More is a competent musician and songwriter...surrounded himself with some very solid guitar players, who turn in some great solos...Another of More's obvious strong points is his penchant for writing intelligent lyrics...”

“ "(Tom)mostly has remained behind the scenes but steps out boldly with this wonderful debut album. The vocalist/bassist/drummer and keyboardist takes center stage in a studio surrounded by a cadre of superb guest guitarists. More is greatly influenced by the music of Rush, clearly evident on opening track “Misconnected.” He delivers his vocals in intelligent, unforced fashion over tight grooves and warm guitar work. That’s followed by some brilliant social commentary in “Heaven Knows.” The title track “Self Evident Truths” features meticulously arranged choral vocals and daring breaks in the bridge. “Whose Taboos” is another strong track fueled by a heavily syncopated drum figure and spirited guitar chords. A personal favorite is album closer “Discord,” filled with some heavy lyrical wisdom and a bass line that just won’t quit!...Themes center on our “inalienable rights” to life, liberty, and personal fulfillment, and our daily struggles to maintain them”