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HAIL

Eden Shadow

 

Neo-Prog

3.75 | 20 ratings

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CAERLLYSI
5 stars EDEN SHADOW- HAIL EP a 27 minute statement of intent the title says it all and heralds the birth of the next generation of progressive music securing the long term future that the label WhiteKnight care so deeply about. HACKETT MEET RUSH is the simple answer for those who choose not to big deeper to find the real deep diversity and energy within these tracks. The labels ROB REED of Magenta and Cyan fame plays some stunning keyboards on two of the tracks a rare thing for Rob to do. Such is his confidence in the music. . Spearheaded by RYAN ELLIOTT these young men are all studying at the Guildford music school of excellence. Elliott already is musically rubbing shoulders and mixing in the elite company of Reed Matt Cohen and Antony Kalugin at just 19 years of age. This debut EP showcases the talents of EDEN SHADOW as a serious musical project band highlighting the special writing skills of Elliott. This teenager carries on his shoulders so much as I fully expect him to become a major player in music for decades to come and along with the likes of Antony Kalugin and Freedde Grebbe safeguard our genre of music well into the 2020s The trio have one amazing tight sound that is much more than progressive rock. The only way to truly find out is to listen for yourself so give these guys your immediate attention Will Mackie
CAERLLYSI | 5/5 |

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