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Discussion in 'Non-Metal' started by Badbird, Oct 16, 2009.
head music... but this one seems to be tampered with. IIRC you had to be into the full play of the record and other "stuff" and it all made sense, Floyd had to be full play, I think it got all fucked up when they became FM radio hits.
Ok so Karnivool haven't been mentioned in this thread.
Cog are another decent Aussie progressive band:
Have you checked out the 1970s German band Grobschnitt?
Unfortunate name, but............
Check out this live clip from 1978. They take a while to get going, but when they do, they do.
This thread needs some mother fucking Wishbone Ash.
Black Widow has also been a pretty big hit with me also lately.
So why hasn't this album been brought up in this thread?
So what's everyone's top three prog albums?
1.Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick
2.King Crimson-In the Court of the Crimson King
3.Mike Oldfield-Tubular Bells
Love these guys. They are incredible.
Anyone here like Ragnorok?
Great Swedish progressive rock.
Good find mutantlama. Check out Landberk too for some good old-timey Swedish prog.
Speaking of newer stuff, here's a recent band heavily influenced by Opeth, Steven Wilson, Katatonia, Anathema and artists alike.
a noend of mine sound like Damnation mixed with Last Fair Deal Gone Down with pinches of Grace for Drowning and Natural Disaster.
Warning this is very non metal song about my religion...
Reading through this thread reminds me of the days when I used to listen to the Friday Rock show with Tommy Vance. Those were the days, so much going on then, and looking forward to new releases and news. Those really were the days. Some great videos in this thread.
What would you guys consider the best Yes and King crimson albums to be?I want to dive more in to their music