Global Domination gave Biographical a go, concluding the review with words "Some random, strange shit." Thank you, Global Domination; it sure is! ;D Similarly, Mike Baird from The Metal Crypt gave the album a spin and it is obvious he did not like it either: ".. it [Biographical] offers so little in the way of replay value, I can't honestly recommend it, not even to the staunchest of Progressive Metal fans."
Roel de Haan has published a review of "Biographical" on lordsofmetal.nl. Without going into detail, he expresses a clear dislike for the album. Here is an excerpt: "The choices Timo Komulainen makes in his music are nowhere near daring or innovative and the result is a boring record that probably will impresses the one who created it."
Metalstorm.net has given Biographical a listen. An excerpt: "Sometimes you feel that you've listened to everything there was to listen to; that you have become able to predict an album's sound just by looking at its cover artwork and track listing; that you can no longer be surprised by anything. But then are those moments in which some artists, such as Timo Komulainen, force you to change your mind."
A review of "Biographical" has been posted on metal-rules.com. Becky Brown concludes her review by stating that "This is defiantly the most random album I have listened to this year, with lots of hard rock, ambient, theatrical sounds and you have no idea what to expect."
"Biographical" is now available for listening on Spotify.
On an unrelated note, my first video review for European Metal Channel 2 has been published. It deals with "Son of the Morning" by a band called Elderblood. The next review will be out at the end of October.