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Opeth – Heritage

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      Thom Jurek: 'Heritage, Opeth's tenth studio offering, finds the Swedish band abandoning death metal: no growled vocals, no blistering fast power riffs, no blastbeats. Mixed by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, King...

Frost* – Milliontown

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Frost* - Milliontown Prograrchives: 'Simply put, a marvelous release. I can help use only superlatives for this debut album. Excellent musicianship, originality and freshness in aboundance in both rythm, arrangements...

Pendragon – The Masquerade Overture

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Pendragon - The Masquerade Overture Prognut from Progarchives: 'Modern Symphonic Progressive Rock as it's best. This is the ONE to get if you are new to Pendragon. Their best to date. From the beautiful pastoral "Pai...

Steven Wilson – Hand Cannot Erase

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Steven Wilson Hand Cannot Erase Thom Jurek: 'In January of 2006, the remains of Joyce Carol Vincent, aged 38, were discovered in her London flat. She died in her apartment in late 2003, surrounded by undelivered Chri...

Steven Wilson – The Raven That Refused to Sing

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Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused to Sing       Thom Jurek 'Over the past decade, Steven Wilson's relationship with prog rock over has grown increasingly intimate. He previewed a killer new band on the live albu...

Anekdoten – Until All the Ghosts Are Gone

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Anekdoten - Until All the Ghosts Are Gone After their first two albums, very much in the style of King Crimson with some heavy Progressive Rock sound, the band has drift away a bit, by bringing down their sound with ...

Gazpacho – Night

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 Gazpacho - Night Progarchives: Reading the reviews and looking at the posts in several threads on Prog Archives, Gazpacho - Night is a killer CD that will be one of the highlights of 2007! Well, here is my analysis,...

Opeth – Damnation

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      Eduardo Rivadavia: 'Released in 2003, Opeth - Damnation is easily the most radical departure of Opeth's career. The companion piece to the previous year's Deliverance set, to which it was originally inextricably...

Airbag – All Rights Removed

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Airbag - All Rights Removed Progarchives: Norwegian band AIRBAG has been around in various incarnations for close to two decades by now, but the current version of the band sees 2005 as the formative year for their c...

Magic Pie – Motions of Desire

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Magic Pie - Motions of Desire Prograrchives: 4,5 stars really ; One of the finest albums of 2005. "Magic Pie - Motions of Desire " has nothing specific new to offer, it's just that the music on this record is extreme...

Spock’s Beard – The Light

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Spock's Beard - The Light Spock's Beard - The Light is the 1995 debut album by American progressive rock band Spock's Beard. The album features two different covers—one for its domestic release, and one for its Europ...

Big Big Train – English Electric: Part One

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Big Big Train - English Electric: Part One Big Big Train have released seven albums including the critically acclaimed CD's Big Big Train - English Electric: Part One (2012) and The Underfall Yard (2009). An extended...

Unitopia – The Garden

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Unitopia - The Garden Amazon.com: Australian prog rockers Unitopia are another well-respected new band signed by the leading Progressive Rock/Metal label InsideOut Music. Their 2-CD album, The Garden follows a genera...

Anathema – Weather Systems

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Anathema - Weather Systems Anathema - Weather Systems is the ninth studio album of atmospheric rock band Anathema. Amazon.com: Anathema returns with Weather Systems, their 2012 studio album. the follow-up to We're...

Marillion – Script for a Jester’s Tear

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Marillion - Script for a Jester's Tear Marillion - Script for a Jester's Tear is the debut album by the neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in 1983. It reached number seven on the UK album chart and stayed ...