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Glass Hammer


Symphonic Prog

3.72 | 167 ratings

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4 stars Sounding like a modern day throwback to Yes, King Crimson, and a little bit of ELP, Glass Hammer is able to create something new in the modern age of music; to breathe life into a dead animal, without doing anything really new at all. The tracks on here are full of that Moogy goodness that I have loved, and the music actuall has a progression, not some long song that is just a whole lot of verse.chorus.verse.chorus.verse.bridge.chorus.verse.ectect. This is an album that is a whole lot of fun, and reminds me of why I do love progrock so. Just don't be expecting anything new though, because this album is goin' back through time!
asuma | 4/5 |


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