These albums of progressive rock are sometimes dramatic, often disjointed, but in places contain some interesting and uncommercial music. This is epitomized by tracks like Long Live Man Dead on the first album, which also contains some pleasant woodwind accompaniment. As one might expect, they did not sell well and have become quite rare.
The Goldrings later did session work, as did Pegrum (for John Otway among others) and Earle. Aside from doing session work, Cowling was later a member of The Pat Travers Band. Pegrum had a spell in Steeleye Span and the Ben Markus Band who had an album Nocturn Gate (Ooze 2002 BA) 1983, which he also produced.
A fourth album, Gnosis, with newly written material, has recently been released.