The band name Navigator had me thinking that I was going to be lead on some type of journey. Indeed that was the case. This project is largely the work of one man. Alan Webb played almost all of the instruments on this album, wrote all of the music and lyrics plus he co-produced the album. The majority of the material is inspired by 70's prog rock with a more modern upgrade. We are treated to various instruments and textures all with a high level of polish. However there are moments where some death metal vocals and rough thrash parts are brought into play. The vocals are actually done by two separate singers, one handling the clean parts and the other taking on the death metal parts. I am not sure the transitions between the styles are always as smooth as they could have been. There are five songs with a total running time under twenty minutes. The ability is undeniable and the ideas are interesting. The songs would have benefited from being tighter in places. Alan Webb has a fine grasp on tones and knows to pull the best bits from different styles, but there do seem to be a few gaps here and there. Still as a debut and an EP Navigator present enough to make me want to hear more. Here is hoping that they Mr. Webb keeps working on his band's approach and that some time in the not too distant future we are treated to a full length album.