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Hailed from UK, a rock quintet THIS WINTER MACHINE - Al WYNTER (voices), Gary JEVON (guitars), Marcus MURRAY (drums), Mark NUMAN (keyboards), and Peter PRIESTLY (bass) - have got started with remarkable influences from the pioneers of 70s Symphonic Progressive or 80s Neo-Progressive scene, especially from Marillion, IQ, Pendragon, Porcupine Tree, Opeth, Rush and Genesis. Their first cry was heard in the beginning of 2017, as the debut album titled "The Man Who Never Was".

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3.94 | 54 ratings
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3.94 | 54 ratings

The Man Who Never Was
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Review by mitarai_panda

5 stars This is a very good band, although the first album, but has been quite mature (although the band members are not young people). That voice is a bit like the lead singer of Rush, a high pitched (the band said they're greatly affected by rush), the lyrics also has some good music on the fragment, and indeed quite beautiful. It can be said that this is a very balanced band, first heard very sweet, listen to also won't feel tired. Panda brother that listen to those ambitious and experimental progressive rock, again this winter machine album is a kind of chastity, and return to the music of the heart recover the original simplicity of fun, not hypocritical, do not pretend to be profound, but very sincere, very pure.
Thanks to dAmOxT7942 for the artist addition.

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