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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Harvester, Sep 17, 2015.
Now you got me curious... I'd *love* to hear what you think my choice will be!
Maybe it's just me, but I feel like I'd have liked Glory Hammer's music better if I hadn't seen their video. The singer looks like the dorky kid who dressed up at the renaissance festival lol I totally expected that voice to be on some long haired viking looking dude.
Rhymes with Schmangra.
Best part? He's actually a well-respected lawyer in Switzerland.
After seeing him in a suit and being professional I can't get that image out of my head when they're performing.
LOL, I can probably wait a year or two in between appearances.
I was coming anyway but now hospitalization and death are the only things to keep me way!
Pardon me while I dance a jig! :danceboy:
Huzzah! A trademark Sword Lord pick. I can't wait until next Friday!!!
For the glory of Dundee!
I was thinking Kingcrotastophe.
OMG - the cheese is going to be so tasty next year!
Video for GLORYHAMMER - Rise Of The Chaos Wizards:
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Ha, I thought the same thing...but I just couldnt get into the music at all. I'm just hoping that the Glenn & the team hit another homerun with the rest of the bands before I decide whether I'm coming down Wednesday or Friday.
definitely not my thing to listen to but power metal is almost always better live than recorded so I'm down.
I'll play. I'm guessing it will be one of these three: Vanden Plas, Circus Maximus or Kingscrow
not a specific band, more a style of metal i think your band will be
I am going to all 4 days. Having said that... Is the band's thing just classic cheese or is it supposed to be comedic?
They're a parody of power metal and also amazing power metal.
OK... so it is in fact a parody. That helps digest it a bit. Thanks Nailz.
So in being a parody, are they also attempting to be as generic as possible?