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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by Phanto, Apr 6, 2013.
I had to sign up on some wonky russian torrent site to get a listen of it, so I dunno...
b/c steps is a timeless work of transcendent beauty
when all the world is trashed, the steps cd will be sitting among the ashes, the aliens will find it and weep
never listened to earlier sieges even but that song above sounds as if peter hammill had teamed up with fates warning, but probably not as good as that would have been. sounds too disjointed. "dubidodo" *pause* "dobobobo" *pause* "drumidrumidrum". too "techy" and I don't find it particularly impressive. the prog rock equivalent of having too many drops in a trance song (not that I would ever listen to trance). for "musician's music" I prefer gentle giant or something.
Is there something wrong with trance music?
I keep on listening Subsignal's "Paraiso" and never get tired of it,and I repeat that if you enjoyed "paramount","The art of navigating...." and the other subsignal stuff,this will not disappoint you ,along to Haken for me is the best record of the year
What a weird album... I like the album as a whole, has some great moments, but there is not a single song that would stand out.. All the songs have great moments, but still none of the songs seem to be GREAT.
BAWW YOU JUST DONT GET IT
Streams man, streams!
Thanks! This is really good. They need some polish but the potential is definitely there. More prog than most "prog". It's nice to hear something like this in a sea of Ayreons.
Not bad. I dunno what I have against French bands. Most of them anyway.
I don't know how I feel about this. Rides the line of "prog" that is meh. But escapes its cage at moments.
Same here, but on a different level: I only consider Sophisticated and Uneven. The rest sounds pretty garbage to me.
Even "Navigating"? wow.
Pssst... they're Canadian.
I've had the song Atlas by Caligulas Horse stuck in my head for a week now!
Subsignal is nice, but far too polished and pleasant for my tastes, They lack this "angular" rhythmic quality that Sieges Even used to have.
A million times this. They're starting to get annoying - like a late 70's/early 80's AOR band with loudness war production.
I'm also passing on the new Subsignals for the same reason Stormbringer states....
Does anyone else have problems trying to quote and post?
I also can't start a new thread....
Any help would be appreciated...
Circle of Illusion's debut "Jeremias" is one of the greatest releases of 2013. It is sth like rock opera, with great and dynamic drumming, intense and sophisticated compositions and driving vocals.
Sorizon - "Somnus" is also a very good release, with a flawless sound (compared to their debut), great clean vocals, both melodic and screaming; even thrashy; i didn't like the screams and brutals that much. Anyway, a great album overall.
Aside from the two, i liked Thought Chamber's sophomore, Keldian's "Outbound" a lot too. Thought Chamber is a great example of massively melodic and technical progressive metal, and Keldian is a band that creates emotive and spiritual atmosphere. Both bands haven't disappoint me with their 2013 releases.
I heard Vallendusk from here, and liked it (thanks btw). Saille - Ritu is also a cool BM release of this year.
last Epysode's "Fantasmagoria" is out with special guests Lepond and DGM'sguitar player SImone Mularoni,very SX and Evergrey style
Thanks a lot for the recommendation. This album may be my favourite of 2013.
Alessandro Bertoni - Keystone
Keyboard-led metal/fusion in the vein of Planet X.
http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pa...veAlbum=00543 - Alessandro Bertoni - Keystone
So it is. Listening to it for the second time at the moment and really digging it. On a related note:
Should be interesting.
SUN O))) & Ulver? Sweeeeet.