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3.97 | 122 ratings | 2 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Beginning (2:11)
2. Vision (5:33)
3. Self-Examination (4:36)
4. Liquid Dream (5:29)
5. Holy Land (7:27)
6. Wormwood (4:26)
7. Tower (6:53)
8. Heremit (5:39)
9. Reflection (2:20)
10. Flashback (1:05)
11. Night of the Red Sky (8:10)
12. Torn Piece of the Sky (4:38)

Total Time 58:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Bartosz Socha / guitar
- Marcin Walecki / keyboards
- Bartosz Struszczyk / vocals
- Marcin Szadyn / bass
- Rafał Brodowski / drums

Releases information

Independent Digital 2011

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JOSEPH MAGAZINE Night Of The Red Sky ratings distribution

(122 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(38%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(34%)
Good, but non-essential (16%)
Collectors/fans only (12%)
Poor. Only for completionists (1%)

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Review by b_olariu
4 stars 4.5 really

One of the most intresting progressive metal bands I've come across in last years is for sure polish band named Joseph Magazin. They released so far a single album in 2011 named Night of the red sky. At first glance the name Joseph Magazin looks like is from a pop band from mid to late '80s, but in fact is quite opposite, is from a prog metal band from newer generation. Now, I cans ay with my hand on heart that Night of the red sky is one of the best and most well crafted prog metal albums I've ever heared, and belive me I've heard hundreds of bands from this scene in last 20 plus years. The musicianship is top notch, every instrument sounds crystal clear, colorful arrangements, lots of breaks and changes in tempo but always the melodic lines are present, no unncesary noodlings here. The atmosphere is impressive, Marcin Walecki use a large varity of keyboards palletes to create some special moods, when is very atmospheric when is all over the place, but each time in combination with Bartosz Socha guitar lines the result is excellent. Very solid druming and aswell quite impressive bass chops, complicated as hell, very very nice. The album is 95% instrumental, quite technical but yet melodic, only sporadicaly some spoken words apear here and there, so they had enough room to show that they mean bussines in this field, also the spoken words are extremly intresting. All pieces are solid as rock, this is the real deal in prog metal and how I wanted to be a prog metal album. I was very impressed and for that I'll give easy 4 stars, 4.5 in places, highly recommended for prog metal fans. Intresting art work. One of the best in this field in last years.

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4 stars Interesting Prog metal coming from Poland. With a particular mix of songs, they demostrate their capabilities composing and playing so difficult parts once and again. There are songs better than others, something that I donīt like too much, and the conceptual differences could be felt sometimes. ... (read more)

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