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3.92 | 35 ratings | 3 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Truth (4:07)
2. The Vast Machine (3:43)
3. (March of the) Boneless (7:19)
4. The Blessed One (6:19)
5. Man Without a Name (5:07)
6. Song X (9:15)
7. 911 Pianoid (5:50)
- The New Prophet (20:42) :
8. The New Prophet (6:23)
9. Monsters (3:41)
10. A Lonely One (3:29)
11. Revelations (1:49)
12. The Pilgrimage (1:34)
13. My Stone of Life (3:46)

Total Time 62:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Hans 'Mac' Six / lead & backing vocals, bass
- Rudi Lins / drums & percussion
- Frank Debruyne / electric & acoustic guitars
- Sjoerd 'CAP' Bruyneel / keyboards, backing vocals

- Frank Van Bogaert / string arrangements, Taurus pedal, percussion, additional noises & samples
- Dani Caen / lead & backing vocals
- Bjorn Verschoore / saxophone (5)

Releases information

CD Just For Kicks (2009)

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NEO-PROPHET Monsters ratings distribution

(35 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(57%)
Good, but non-essential (17%)
Collectors/fans only (9%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by b_olariu
4 stars Unexpected great surprise

Neo Prophet is a progressive rock band comeing from Belgium, formed in 2005 they manage to release first album only this year named Monsters. I was very pleasent surprised about the music , the voice, everything is well done here, very good construncted and with catchy pieces. Whwn I first heared this album, I said - wow - they sound so much like Savatage, even the voice of Hans 'Mac' sometimes remind me of good old times when John Oliva ruled the metal scene. The arrangements, the atmosphere, how they think the keyboards elements remind me a lot of Savatage, but they are not a copy, Neo Prophet have enough good and excellent moments on this album to show us that they are not a copy of anyone. After some 5-6 spining , the result was for me a n excellent addition to my collection and I hope to anyone who gets this album, I can't recommended enough, belive me one of the best from 2009. The music is very strong, very heavy in places full of great and intelligent progressive arrangements who melted very nice with some stunning keyboards lines made by Sjoerd 'CAP' Bruyneel , I have to congratulated this man because is brilliant what he does here, very strong ideas and superb musicianship. What I like more is the album is very joyful , very energic, not a moment to respiro, great album. Every piece is a total winner, 911 Pianoid or Bonless are perfect examples of sheer brilancey of this very talented band . I was taken by surprise in a positive way by this belgian band, but in the end this album is awesome, one of most enjoyble album I've heared from 2009. 4 stars for sure, recommended, the ones who enjoy Savatage , but also with some neo prog elements added this is the answer. Well done guys!!!!!!

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4 stars This Belgian formation is rooted in 2005 when Hans 'Mac' Six and Sjoerd 'CAP' Bruyneel stopped their activities in Marsta Blasta (in which they played both together for many years) and decided to found a new band named New- Prophet. This in order to realize their musical dreams to make melodic ro ... (read more)

Report this review (#1943290) | Posted by TenYearsAfter | Thursday, July 5, 2018 | Review Permanlink

4 stars The only album, entitled "Monsters" (2009) of the Belgian band NEO-PROPHET, presents a beautiful work that mixes symphonic/neo/heavy prog, with influence of RUSH, MARILLION, GENESIS and some thing of ECHOLYN.. However, in certain moments it adds that everything a dance-music almost tec ... (read more)

Report this review (#303177) | Posted by maryes | Sunday, October 10, 2010 | Review Permanlink

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