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3.63 | 15 ratings | 2 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Prelude/Flying Colors (9:32)
2. Because of You (8:24)
3. To Whoever You Were Then (1:25)
4. 1001 Days (7:41)
5. Little Tin Angel (4:31)
6. Words (4:38)
7. New World View (3:36)
8. Stained Glass (8:46)
9. To Whoever You Are Now (5:05)
10. Stars (5:57)

Total Time 59:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Karl Eisenhart / Guitar, lead and backing vocals
- Bill Fox / Bass, keyboards, backing vocals, mandolin, Moog
- Matt Francisco / Lead and backing vocals, keyboards
- Greg Jones / Drums
- Ray Weston (Echolyn) / Lead vocals (6)

Releases information

Format: CD, Digital
May 24, 2018 (Digital)

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PINNACLE To Whoever You Are Now ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
Good, but non-essential (40%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

PINNACLE To Whoever You Are Now reviews

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Pinnacle is a heavy prog band from USA with four albums released so far. This band manage to capture my attention with their second album from 2006 named Meld. Energic and noodly heavy prog album with some great instrumental sections, and aswell the voice is pretty much ok. Pinnacle have their own sound I think even they are in same category with Tiles, Rush or Variant among others, almost same aproach in music with twisted tempo changes, some fine guitar works and quite intresting bass lines, very busy instrument . I also like a lot the drums, Greg Jones is very sure of his instrument creating some great chops. They add a new musician in the line up since previous album A blueprint for chaos - Matt Francisco who is responsable for vocal lines and aswell keybords. Well, to tell the truth this is a very worthy aqusition by the band with this new member , he add a new dimension the Pinnacle music creating a very solid heavy prog album with nice symphonic passages.. The music is engaging, full of intresting arrangements, powerful musicianship, colorful music for sure. The music is something between Kansas with heavy prog elements a la Rush, Tiles, very strong combination I might say. The voice of Francisco is very good being very similar with Steve Walsh tone, sometimes I have the impression I'm listning to Kansas. Pieces like opening track - Prelude/Flying Colors, 1001 Days, show a great potential this band has in today scene, they are active for more then 10 years now and every album is a winner in my book. To me, this is in same league with Meld album, but little less great then their previous one A blueprint for chaos who I found it to be their most mature and intresting album their released so far. Nice complicated instrumental passages, where the guitars and keyboards have an important role. A recommended album , this is definetly one of the better examples how must sound a heavy prog album these days. 3.5 stars from me, nice art work aswell, the album comes in digipak format and is a nice package. A strong band.

Latest members reviews

5 stars "Who draws the line between singer and song? And what if they were one and the same all along?" This curiosity is central to Pinnacle's latest gem, To Whoever You Are Now. After a bit of foreshadowing in the prelude, the proper album leads with reflections on hate ["Flying Colors"] and love ["Beca ... (read more)

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