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Southern Empire - Prog Rock

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Fire breath, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. Fire breath

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    I don't normally get into this style but I like both these songs. It's not heavy at all but it's still true prog. The super chilled melodies are superb in both songs. The second song goes full DT towards the end but not as heavy as I said. This isn't prog metal but prog rock/jazz.


     
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    So, it looks like this is a band that was formed by former Unitopia keyboardist Sean Timms after the band broke up. The offshoot that I knew about was United Progressive Fraternity. If you like this, it might be a good idea to check out Unitopia as well. Good stuff from down under.
     
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    Loving this - just bought the cd will listen to it later today.
     
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    After listening to this I have to admit the first single is the best on here. This is very well done but nothing really grabbed me and kept hold. Honestly - this is something I could listen to with my friends and it would not get the immediate "dude, turn your shit off" reply. LOL. I really like How Long but besides that one song - nothing grabbed hold.

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