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Favorite Power/Prog Metal Bands?

Discussion in 'Tad Morose' started by JonnyD, May 24, 2004.

  1. JonnyD

    JonnyD Chef Metal

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    these are always fun :D


    Edguy I love this band And I cant Wait to see them at ProgPower! I dont care what anybody says These guys are the Best Power Metal Band out there IMHO!

    on the more Prog side of things Its a Toss up between Fates Warning and Symphony X Both Bands have Great songs and Great musicians its hard to say which I like better :D I will think of others later
     
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    WIntersReflection I will not fade

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    Do you mean the ones playing at Prog Power or my favorite Prog and Power metal bands in general?

    :)

     
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    In General :)
     
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    Bryant Mr. Sleepy

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    prog - Vanden Plas.... in my ears there isn't a close second, but I do like Fates Warning, Pagans Mind, early Queensryche, Dream Theater, Rush, Savatage etc.
    power - Tad Morose (of course) Angel Dust, Metal Church, Balance of Power etc. Haven't got into the Edguy but would like to. Supposedly they put on a great show, but they haven't clicked with me.


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  5. WIntersReflection

    WIntersReflection I will not fade

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    Tad Morose
    Savatage
    Crimson Glory
    Queensryche
    Fates Warning
    Memory Garden (Prog but not really power, they're more of a Prog doom band)
    Shadow Gallery
    Nevermore
    Dead Soul Tribe
    Twisted Motivations
    Blind Guardian
    Sonata Arctica
     
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    Fangface Child of the Damned

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    hey a Memory Garden fan, that's awesome :headbang:
     
  7. JonnyD

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    you just have to give them a chance YOU WILL LOVE THEM!
     
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    WIntersReflection I will not fade

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    Yup, they rule Fangface! :D

     
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    97reb doom classic

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    Well, sure Tad Morose and
    Zero Hour, Vanden Plas, Ayreon, Antithesis (you really got to listen to 'Dying For Life', the music is phenominal), and probably others I can't think of at this time.
     
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    Bryant Mr. Sleepy

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    I will give them a serious listen. They just haven't "clicked" yet, but the potential is there. They are a quality band. As one of those guys on UM stated (can't remember who it was, maybe Carnut) Germany doesn't put out shit bands.


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  11. JonnyD

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    Bryant if you can Hunt down these albums "Savage Poetry","Vain Glory Opera","Mandrake",And the New album Hellfire club! I know you take a while to digest a band! but it will click and then you will wonder how you lived your life all this time without them :loco:
     
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    Rider of Theli The Hellequin

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    http://www.exhibitionproject.com

    this is the band Exhibition from New Jersey, USA. The lead singer is Bobby Lucas, former (founding) member of Seven Witches - before they became dull.

    If you like great progressive power metal with an emphasis on the 'power', you owe it to yourself to check these guys out. They signed with LIMB Records last year, have a cd out with them, and are working on their next one now. Check out the samples on their website. :worship:

    ~Hoyt.
     
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    Bryant Mr. Sleepy

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    Hmmm.... didn't know there were other Vanden Plas fans in here besides me and Snowmaker. Of course I consider them to be prog but hey it's just a label. Outfuckingstanding band for certain.


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    Fangface Child of the Damned

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    Exhibition are pretty good, and I think that Seven Witches are better now without Bobby Lucas, who fits in well with Exhibition. Great vocal lines by the way!
    I'm looking forward to their next album :)
     
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    Bryant Mr. Sleepy

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    Flo, I am going to remind you to pick up "Beyond Daylight" by Vanden Plas. It is their masterpiece so far......


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    Wicked Child DYNO-MITE!

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    Helloween
    Savatage
    Queensryche
    Running Wild
    Dream Theater
    Gamma Ray
    Fates Warning
    Blind Guardian
    Jag Panzer
     
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    Fangface Child of the Damned

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    hehe well, I like quite a bit VP, but honestly I'm not what I would call a fan. I have heard all their releases except that one though.
     
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    Gaunerin vanquish the pain

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    I'm not a fan either but "Beyond Daylight" is awesome.
     
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    Bryant Mr. Sleepy

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    Good taste there girl.. :D Flo will eventually break down and buy it. Ha ha ha. He'll get tired of me bugging him about it before too long. :loco:


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    I would recomend Burning Down The Opera, that is one of the best live metal albums ever! The only song it's missing is "The Unbeliever". I am really dissappointed in Edguy's new single "Lavatory Love Machine", this crap sounds like poison, why don't they just tease up their hair.
     

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