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Infinite Spectrum Misguided album cover
3.51 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 43% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Overture (4:19)
2. Betrayed (2:19)
3. She (4:35)
4. The Pact (6:54)
5. More Than He Bargained For (5:57)
6. Day and Night (18:09)
7. Ghost of the Past/Abducted (4:15)
8. The Truth (7:32)
9. Man of Darkness (10:14)
10. The Challenge (14:49)

Total Time 79:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Will Severin / Vocals
- Alex Raykin / Guitars & Backup Vocals
- Alex Repetti / Bass Guitar
- Eddie Redovane / Drums & Percussion

Releases information

CD and digital, 20 December 2012

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INFINITE SPECTRUM Misguided ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(43%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(43%)
Good, but non-essential (14%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

INFINITE SPECTRUM Misguided reviews

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars From New York - USA comes this fantastic young progressive metal band formed in 2007. Their first opus was released in fall of 2012 named Misguided and what an album it is, really a solid work in this field. Misguided is pretty awesome from start to finish, all is done perfectly from the sound who is crystal clear, brilliant musicianship and very strong instrumental sections, not to mention that are some very acrobatic vocal lines made by Will Severin, what a fantastic powerful voice has this guy, really nice. Behind this album is a concept- in few words is about revenge and failure in life among the 4 characters involved in the story line. Musicaly speaking this band kick ass, some impressive instrumental sections offered by the 4 musicians, specially the drumer and guitarist are insanely good. Progressive metal with some influences from Symphony X here and there but without that neo classical aproach, this is almost considered by me a pure prog metal album, no power metal elements added in the mix no neo classical arrangements to be found here, this is just pure prog metal like old school. FRom more calmer moments to bursting instrumental passages - Infinite Spectrum done it with this album, pieces like the opening Overture who sets the listner for the things to come, More Than He Bargained For or Man of darkness are really solid prog metal pieces, that for sure will please any prog metal fan big time. The duels between instruments are excellent, very solid keyboards, guitars and druming. The album is pretty long 80 min of music, but my ears were fully conectect from first to last track, no boring moments, only if there was in some places more hooks and memorable parts. All in all this quite almost recommended prog metal album, definetly one of the best of 2012, at least from my view. 3.5 stars easy.

Latest members reviews

4 stars INFINITE SPECTRUM is a new band ,emerged from the New York prog metal scene!It's a very ambitious and skilled band,which managed to release the debut album MISGUIDED at the end of 2012!The first impression of this album is-of course-the superbe art cover,trully excellent and intriguing!Then,the ... (read more)

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