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Egdon Heath



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4 stars Killing silence - the pride of Holland's prog music

Egdon Heath are a very underrated band from Holland that plays mostly neo prog with some symphonic elements here and there. Killing silence is their second album from 1991 and a damn good one, maybe the best they ever done. After many listnings i was very impressed by this album, great musicianship great vocals and ideas. Jens van der Stempel has a stunning voice just check out the first 4 pieces No second faust, Tell Me, the smooth T.T.C. and the elegant Waiting For The Outburst. These four pieces are the best from here and among the best i ever heared from a neo prog bad, excellent music. Great key passages through the album combined very strong with guitar interplays, again excellent. So a big album in my opinion, that for some reason never got worlwide recognition, i wonder why, Killing silence pass the test of time very well and now is among the greatest albums of neo prog scene, at least for me. A big 4 stars for this album, desearve to be heared by any prog music conoseur. Recommended

b_olariu | 4/5 |


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