Through Infinity single "Shine" got a decent review by Act/One magazine. They heard elements of Yngwie Malmsteen, Eric Johnson and Pink Floyd in the song, which is quite a praise. 

Also, they felt our music crosses path with art, which is sort of an accomplishment for us, since that's one of the things we intended to do. 

We love making abstract music in a tasty style, which any listener can grasp.

"I love it when art and music crosses path. Some will say that all music is art, but after listening to these guys, you will most likely agree with me that this is art at its finest. Check out the video at the bottom of the article and you will see what I mean.

This is Through Infinity with the song “Shine”. An instrumental track with all the ingredients to make a song that will surprise you, it will make you feel and even think. There is no doubt that this is a band loaded with talent both with instrumentation and songwriting.

The build of the song is close to perfect and it keeps us as the listeners on our toes. It goes from melodic guitar driven to synth solos and everything in between. It’s been some time since the last time I heard something like this. I love it! It’s as simple as that.

There are elements from Yngwie Malmsteen, Eric Johnson and even Pink Floyd in this song, and still there is an own personal feel and sound to it. I would love to see what these guys could do live!"