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VOICE OF THE ENSLAVED

Voice Of The Enslaved

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Breaking News (8:22)
2. idiot Box (5:27)
3. What You Eat (6:00)
4. Rich Man's Dream (4:47)
5. Watching You (4:05)
6. Police State (4:11)
7. Revolution (4:43)
8. Apocalypse Now (4:29)

Total Time 42:04

Line-up / Musicians


- Blake Carpenter / vocals, keyboards & acoustic guitars
- Zoltan Csörsz Jr. / drums
- Petri "Lemmy" Lindström / bass guitars
- Robert McClung / guitars

with
- Marty Dorfman
- Terri Carpenter
- Troy James Martin
- Elizabeth Martin

Releases information

Melodic Revolution Records

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2.95
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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars US project VOICE OF THE ENSLAVED is a side venture for US composer and musician Blake Carpenter, best known for his ongoing progressive rock project The Minstrel's Ghost. This self-titled debut album from Voice Of The Enslaved, released by Melodic Revolution Records in 2014, explores music of a harder-edged style than in Blake's main project.

Apart from the rather flawed opening track, "Voice of the Enslaved" comes across as a charming production with a small handful of delightful tracks. Perhaps not the album that will inspire dedicated progressive rock fans the most, but those who have an affection for prog-tinged melodic hard rock as well as progressive rock strikes me as a key audience here, and I'd suspect that those who enjoy a band like Magnum at their most intense might find this album to be worth a check.

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