Three years after their first album „New Horizon“, Art Of Infinity comes out with „their endless journey into the space“ - a concept album „Dimension Universe“ Thorsten Sudler-Mainz and Thorsten Rentsch this time decided to create things in big, so they invited plenty of excellent musicians that can flaunt with their long acitvity and collaboration references that ranges from Deep Purple to Alan Parsons Project. The two Thorstens colaborate with most of the contributors to their first album but have added guitarist Klaus H., even a real drummer (Sibi Siebert -Twelve Drummers Drumming) for the first time, Chandeen-vocalist Antje Schulz and percussionist Mario Argandona (ex-Vocaleros). The album opens with the short preface piece „All Galaxies Sun“, which sets the tone, accenting instrumentation this time being the dobro and acoustic guitar. „Cosmic Rain“ is a more up-beat number (very drum’n’bass) with Antje Schulz providing the main vocals. Rick Wright’s influence is all over „Supernova“ but the addition of live drums and an expert guitarist make their mark. The piano and acoustic guitar during the intro of the 14 minutes „Drift Upon The Sky“ are crisp and pure in tone, the choir provides an almost Russian flavour, Stefan Höllering’s sax is incisive and the spoken vocals fit the mood of the piece. The final track „Trimelar Starflight“ is resplendent with atmospherics throughout the slow build-up but finishes on a high with more acoustic guitar and chant-like female vocals.