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Progpower 5 submissions and requests

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by BenMech, May 4, 2003.

  1. tal shiar agent 930

    tal shiar agent 930 New Metal Member

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    iced earth, helloween, iron fire, sinergy, amorphis, opeth, blaze, grave digger, premonition, fozzy or lacuna coil.
     
  2. Yngvai X

    Yngvai X Dark Emperor

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    Angra, Edguy, Adagio and Pain of Salvation (any one or combo of those 4 and I will definately go).
     
  3. nightwish58

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    My definitive list:
    Helloween- Closes (They deserve it, and so do we!)
    Kamelot- Closes the first night (They tore it down at PP II, and Khan is a vocal God!!!
    Pain of Salvation- No explanation necessary!
    Sonata Arctica- Fuck Stratovarius if they want to be money hungry pricks.
    Labyrinth- I'd kill to see this band (Italy must be represented again!)
    Royal Hunt- How come no one mentions this great band?
    Skylark- Eddy Antonini rules!
    Freedom Call- Great Shit!
    Stonehenge- Awesome prog metal; check them out!
    Lost Horizon or Dragonland or Tad Morose or DGM or Wonderland or Adagio
     
  4. warmwetos

    warmwetos Member? Yes, I got one =)

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    I think Adagio should be given some serious thought for next year . Stephan and the boys will probably be releasing their second album "Underworld" in the US right around the time of ProgPower. :)

    Sanctus Ignis was one of the best surprises in the last few years for me and from what I heard so far, Underworld will probably be equal if not better! :)

    Cheers, Antonio
     
  5. Soundscape

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    I just hope Andre Matos plays in the US 1 day so I can see the greatest soprano vocalist sing live before I die.

    Kyle
     
  6. Harvester

    Harvester The Promoter

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    Dunno about the "greatest" tag, but I hope to see hiim perform here as well.

    Glenn H.
     
  7. nightwish58

    nightwish58 Member

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    Maybe a little hint from Glenn that Shaman may be on their way here next year! That would be incredible to see!!! Especially if Edguy come back; we may get a duet with Matos and Tobi. Yeah right, but it sounds good anyway. Great job again this year Glenn. 3 more months till mayhem!!!
     
  8. YtseJammer

    YtseJammer Member

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    I'd kill to see Andre Matos live...

    But don't get him for Progpower V...I won't be able to make it next year, unless you push it back (Beginning of August!!!!!!!!!)

    How about Progpower VI? :D
     
  9. GabrielKnight

    GabrielKnight The Beast Within

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    Someone already mentioned Lacuna Coil. That would be cool!

    More female-fronted bands:
    Within Temptation
    After Forever

    Does anyone know an Italian band named Eldritch? They are kind of like Symphony X meets Dream Theater. God stuff. I don't know why, but they are virtually unknowun, even in Europe, despite releasing 4 albums. Here's their web site: www.eldritch.it.

    -GK
     
  10. David N.

    David N. New Metal Member

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    1) SONATA ARCTICA
    2) LOST HORIZON
    3) EDENBRIDGE
    4) WITHIN TEMPTATION
    5) AFTER FOREVER
    6) BAL-SAGOTH
    7) ARCTURUS
    8) CELTIC FROST (REFORMED!!!)
    9) DORSAL ATLANTICA
    10) DEVIL DOLL

    I could go on...
     
  11. esa

    esa Member

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    Seconded (thirded, whatever.)
     
  12. nightwish58

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    Just get Within Temptation!!!! I don't think we need 3 female fronted bands at the same show, nor do i think Glenn would ever book that. I think Within Temptation would be the best selection out of those 3 bands!
     
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    death metal dan Sign of the Hammer

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    Sonata Arctica.
     
  14. TimeBomb

    TimeBomb New Metal Member

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    First of all....please no female fronted bands...unless you get Christina Slutalera!!


    Seriously,

    Andromeda
    Time Requiem
    Adagio
    DGM
    Symphony X
    Pagan's Mind

    We(the people) want to see the best, please no filler...just the elite!!

    Tbone


    when your playing off the board...the rules do not apply.....
     
  15. Stile

    Stile fear the mullet!

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    You bring EXHIBITION down here from New Jersey, and there will be much rejoicing. I assure you.

    www.exhibitionproject.com

    And the only way I'd see a Seven Witches gig would be with Bobby Lucas back on the mic, and Billy Mez thumping the bass.

    ~Hoyt.
     
  16. Weakenedsleeper2

    Weakenedsleeper2 New Metal Member

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    Therion, Sinergy, Nightwish, Power Symphony, Within Temptation, After Forever OR Edenbridge... I love you people that are down with female fronted bands. Keep at least one in the set :)
    ROCK ON!
     
  17. J.

    J. Old Fart

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    I still say Enslaved, easily the most truly progressive metal band today.
     
  18. MadeInNewJersey

    MadeInNewJersey nursing my wounds

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    Problem is, unless there's a tour involved, I just can't see them coming back for another one-off show (as they're doing for the Milwaukee fest this year).

    Besides, Solefald is far more progressive. :D
     
  19. J.

    J. Old Fart

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    puh-lease. Solefald have been dabbling in the same arena for four albums. No progression there, unless you call their de-progression to Pills... progressive.

    Solefald is just weird for weirds sake. bah...

    ;)
     
  20. MadeInNewJersey

    MadeInNewJersey nursing my wounds

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    You can't possibly say that Solefald's new album is not progressive. If you do, you're either not really listening to it at all, or you're just being argumentative. In Harmonia Universali is not only brilliant, it's incredibly progressive, not *ahem* weird.
     

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