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But Minutian delivers the final strike with the magnum opus, Aphelion () a Progressive-structured track, which starts on a psychedelic sonic mattress, instilled with bittersweet melodies that grow in intensity, drama, and epic feeling, until its final conclusion on Redeemer () the magnificent Post-Metal ballad that closes the album.
A really solid and experienced band, Minutian has shown on their sophomore album some pieces of music that are placing this band on the right way to conquer fans of Post-Metal, Post-Rock and Heavy Prog, from the cohorts of admirers of bands such as: A Perfect Circle, Tool, Deftones, Oceansize, Mastodon, The Mars Volta, Porcupine Tree, Black Noodle Project, Swallow The Sun, Explosions In The Sky, Mogwai, Bring Me The Horizon, The Ocean, Anekdoten, and so on, to whom Minutian is highly recommended.
At first, Minutian mercilessly attacks the listener with the concentrated firepower of songs like Hollow Heroics () an appetize for fans of the Tool A Perfect Circle combo; Manifest () a grinding and full-of-wrath Heavy Metal song, charged with corrosive riffs, thunderous bass, and thrashing drumming, finished with melting-face guitar solo (like Mastodon); and The Crust of the Earth () on which the band probes into the deepest layers of Earths geological past, riding on fervent lava flows and incandescent guitars (reminiscent of The Ocean).
He is mostly known, however, for his close collaboration with iconic Progressive band Yes and some of its members.
After the passing of legendary bassist Chris Squire in June 2015, Sherwood was announced as the new bassist of Yes.
In 2000 Sherwood left Yes, but did not cut his bonds with its other members.
He worked with Chris Squire on his project Conspiracy, with three releases, including Conspiracy Live (2006, reviewed at PR&PM in 2013).
But in February 2012, a tragic accident seized the life of Minutians guitarist, Jaakko Jernberg.