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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by nvandyk, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. lane_miller

    lane_miller Space Ghost

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    The new songs sound great! This Mortal Coil made the top of my annual best-of list. Only time will tell if The Art of Loss will be a repeat, but the first listen is very promising and will no doubt be right up there. Since you guys probably won't make it to Raleigh, NC, I am sure there is a road trip in my future!
     
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    KingsGene God of Thunder

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    REDEMPTION STREAM THE ART OF LOSS

    "...Redemption have made their sixth album The Art Of Loss available to stream in full with TeamRock. It’s due for release tomorrow (February 26) via Metal Blade Records but all nine tracks can be heard below.

    Van Dyk tells TeamRock: “No record is ever completed – it’s merely taken from the artist at some point.

    “The art of letting go is something that we speak to lyrically and thematically on the record, so it seems appropriate to watch the collection of music itself take flight and leave the nest, so to speak, into the ears of our friends and fans.

    “Thanks to all who have supported us over the years – we truly hope you enjoy listening to The Art of Loss as much as we did creating it.”..."
     
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    Really liking what I'm hearing....I'll have to get the Euro version when that drops....
     
  5. lane_miller

    lane_miller Space Ghost

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    The Art of Loss arrived in the mail yesterday. While there are still ten months in year, I can safely say that with only a couple of listens-through that The Art of Loss will be a contender for #1 on my annual list. Ray's voice sounds fantastic. The recording quality is terrific. As always, Nick gives plenty of opportunity for the guitars to tear it up and tear it up they do. Simone, Marty, Chris B, Chris P, and Nick are all beasts. Chis Q and Sean thunder along, not allowing the guitars to be the only beasts. Concerning the compositions, Nick may have achieved a new level of accessibility without losing any punch and balls.
     
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    Easily CD of the Year
    Hope Dies last is yet another of Nicks songs that hits on a personal level that no band does,because he writes about things that if you are human all of us go through and feel
     
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    Thanks, Lane. Took the words right out of my mouth!
     
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    MeTuLHeD A Member To Remember

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    Love the new disc Nick.

    I also love D3. Play it daily. :D
     
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    General Zod Ruler of Australia

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    Quoted for truth.

    There's music I like and there's music I love. And then there's music I have a visceral reaction to. That reaction may take many forms, from anger to awe and from joy to sadness. However, songs like "Sapphire" and "Memory" somehow touch upon something even deeper. They not only offer a window into the mind of an artist that few artists are willing or even capable of offering, but resonate loudly against the shared experience of loss. It's for that reason Redemption isn't a band I can listen to often, but always leaves me mesmerized when I do.
     
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    Mardoch Defender of the Universe

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    I'm glad I'm not the only one. I don't listen to Redemption terribly often because it's too much feels. It keeps me from doing the things I need to do.

    That said, a few days ago I learned that someone who meant a lot to me had passed away. First place I went was Redemption.
     

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