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Vocals: Daniel Gildenlöw
Guitars 1: Brian May
Guitars 2: Nuno Bettencourt
Bass: Victor Wooten
Drums: Neil Peart
Keyboards: Roddy Bottum
Exactly. ProgPower, as of now, marks the only opportunity a person might have to see Pain Of Salvation perform in the States. So, no, I don't...
I regret that I haven't heard APP. Can you recommend me an album to get me started on them?
Pain of Salvation is a must.
Hard to pigeonhole their sound really. Part Faith No More, Floyd, Queensryche, Dream Theater, Simon & Garfunkel and...
Pain of Salvation
So, do you think Andy will sing a duet with Daniel during PoS' set?
He obviously knows all the words.
Of course I'd be happy if they decided to axe the votes and debut The Perfect Element Part 2, which I'm sure Daniel has floating in his head...
I remember PPI very well. Unforgettable performance by Pain of Salvation - they still weren't "big" in prog circles as they are now, so lots of...
12:5 is brilliant. It's not metal at all, but it is as musically perfect as a live performance of PoS songs on acoustic instruments could get.
I love Chain Sling, but I figure since the main theme of it pops up in Beyond the Pale, I could do without the rest. Same with leaving Ashes out...
If it is Pain Of Salvation filling in for someone who pulled out on Glenn (*chuckle*), I thank whoever it was that decided not to contaminate PPV...
I'm so damn excited to see these guys. I hope they go heavy on "Theater of Salvation" stuff...I'd kill to hear them play "Babylon," possibly my...
I'm a huge Pain of Salvation fan, and I think it is awesome that we get to pick the songs we want to hear! These are my picks, but I'd be happy...
Here is mine:
Pain Of Salvation
It's a toss-up between Pain of Salvation and Devin Townshend. Both Daniel Gildenlöw and Devy are absolute musical geniuses. I'm also looking...