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Prog rock

Discussion in 'Music' started by warmen, Dec 12, 2006.
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  1. waynes world
    Very cool!
  2. YtseJamer
    New Orphaned Land song with Steve Hackett.

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  3. HungryPanda
    Fantastic band, I was actually just listening to this album
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  4. YtseJamer
    Yes, the new album is on Tidal :)
  5. YtseJamer
    New song from Gleb Kolyadin (Iamthemorning pianist) with Steve Hogarth (Marillion)

  6. YtseJamer
    The new Dave Kerzner (Sound of Contact) album is very good!

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  8. KopaneDePooj
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  9. YtseJamer
    Preview of a new Tool song

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  10. hemipowered007
    To be released October 2057
  11. YtseJamer
    No I heard that the new album will be released in 2018 :wink:
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  12. hemipowered007
    Ya I know I just like to kid. We shall see, I'm not a tool superfan so if they actual release it this year great, if not, oh well. There's plenty of great bands to discover out there! I was severely disappointed with 10000 days , and don't see how they can ever come out with anything that comes remotely close to how good lateralus is. But, will be interesting to see how their sound has changed since it's been so long. I'm excited for legend of the seagullmen, pretty sure that's put Feb 9th.
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  13. YtseJamer
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  14. waynes world
    That album is very good! Some of it seemed kinda Riverside-esque to me (which is a good thing). Thanks!
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  15. waynes world
    I'm really enjoying this one:

    Polyphony - Without Introduction

    Here's a quote from progarchives:

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