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4 stars US project TELERGY is the creative vehicle for composer and musician Robert McClung. His aim is to create and release conceptual productions under this name, utilizing guest performers for various instrument and vocal roles, in some ways comparable to the Dutch project Ayreon. The first Telergy production, "The Exodus", saw the light of day in 2011. "The Legend of Goody Cole" is the second album of this kind to be released under the Telergy name, self-released in 2013.

Telergy's "The Legend of Goody Cole" comes across as an accomplished production on all levels. The manner in which the story is told is economical and logically assembled, the theatrical intermissions are well executed, and those who prefer to enjoy the story without the latter can do so easily. The music itself is of a high quality throughout, the star spangled cast of guest musicians contributing in a manner that elevates the total experience of this primarily progressive metal output. An album easily recommended to those who prefer their progressive metal to be a part of a conceptual framework.

Windhawk | 4/5 |


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