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NEW WORLD SYMPATHY & FEED THE MACHINE

The Slyde

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. New World Sympathy (3:36)
2. Take Us Away (4:08)
3. The Downward Spiral (4:58)
4. Lies (5:12)
5. Lament (1:19)
6. Feed the Machine (3:46)
7. Stand and Fight (3:58)
8. Meditate (1:41)
9. Pull the Trigger (4:07)
10. Global Empires Fall (4:32)
11. Cries of the Earth (1:47)
12. Without the Machine / Lament Reprise (5:07)

Total Time 44:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Mathan Da Silva / vocals, guitars
- Sarah Westbrook / keyboards, vocals
- Brendan Soares / drums, vocals
- Nicholas Favretto / bass

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Canadian band SLYDE was formed back in 2009, and has released a number of EPs since they started. They also have two full-length albums to their name, one album that collected their initial EP with some material that was released in 2010, and now "New World Sympathy & Feed the Machine", a collection of their EPs from 2012 and 2011 respectively, which was released on CD in 2013.

Slyde explores a type of progressive rock that appears to be inspired by bands just as much connected to alternative rock as to progressive rock as such, with bands like The Mars Volta, Coheed And Cambria and Muse as likely sources of inspiration. Slyde's take on this type of music is accessible, energetic and melodic, with singalong qualities and a feeling that the potential audience for this band is a well-sized one. An album easy to recommend to those who enjoy accessible music that blends alternative rock and progressive rock in a high energy, melodic package, and I suspect that fans of bands like Muse and Coheed And Cambria in particular should enjoy this album.

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