Right now, the ambitions of prog-rock foursome Polymorph outweigh their abilities. Yes, the band are tight, solid players. The solos–especially by guitar–are respectable. But to truly make a statement in progressive rock requires an advanced level of musicianship. That said, the compositions here are expansive and eclectic, everything from the 11-minute opus “Into The Deep” with its mysteriously murky, subaquean sounds (including whale cries), to the funky, snappy, jazz-fusion-inspired “Uneven.” The main drawback, however, is in the vocals, which do not have a commanding tonality. We suggest the singer experiment with mics and engineering configurations that can enhance his presence.