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Darwin's Radio

 

Neo-Prog

4.12 | 86 ratings

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FarBeyondProg
5 stars Wow, well if this band isnt just the breath of fresh air that prog rock needed, Darwin's Radio are a Neo-Progressive rock band from England with a prog metal touch here and there, now being a huge fan of Neo-Prog myself they looked like an excellent wee band, so i bought this album online, and i was not dissipointed at all. The album itself has only 3 songs in it, all over 10 minutes one nearly 20 minutes, and what we have here is a powerfull, beautiful progressive album full of lights and darks and some fantastic playing. Overall there is nothing bad i can say about this band, vocalist/guitarist Declan Burke has got an unreal voice, i put him right up there with Geddy Lee of Rush and Daniel Guildenlowe from Pain Of Salvation as my favourite prog vocalist, not only that but he has to play all the guitat parts as well, (which are perfect), bass drums and keyboards all the same, and the production is incredible, every song just as catchy, powerful and epic as the last. There are no highlights as everysong is as i said an epic journey;

The Illusion Is Freedom - 10/10 Breath It In - 10/10 Age of Broken Reason - 10/10

My Concluusion? I think this is the first time i ever gave every song on a band's album 10 out of 10 and rightly so, prog fan? you NEED to hear this band.

FarBeyondProg | 5/5 |

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