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WANDERING VAGRANT

Progressive Metal • Italy


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Founded in Perugia, Italy in 2015

The band was born in 2015 by Alessandro RIZUTTO (ex-DESERT RIDER) After various changes of musicians, the line-up is completed by Christian BASTIANONI (guitars), Francesca TRAMPLOLINI (keyboards), Michele CARTINI (bass) and Marco SEVERI (drums). They have released the album "Get Lost" in April 2018 showing progressive rock music with a modern sound similar to RIVERSIDE and KINGCROW.

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 Get Lost by WANDERING VAGRANT album cover Studio Album, 2018
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Wandering Vagrant Progressive Metal

Review by Ghuura

4 stars Prog fans beware, this album was written mostly by Alessandro Rizzuto, who is a known figlio della merda. Nevertheless, the man's artistic vision is to be commended, as Wandering Vagrant's debut is a solid album, diverse in its' sound and expertly recorded. The band regularly seems to channel the spirit of prog pillars such as Tool, Katatonia and Riverside, yet despite the sense of familiarity (that is still greatly appreciated) you can still immerse yourself in the album on repeat and find something raw and intriguing. Also if you don't enjoy Home then you probably shouldn't be listening to music in general.

Favourite tracks: Home, The Hourglass

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 Get Lost by WANDERING VAGRANT album cover Studio Album, 2018
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Wandering Vagrant Progressive Metal

Review by Yamagong

4 stars As their first incursion, the Wandering Vagrant immediately prove to have many weapons in their arsenal: solid arrangements, clever instrumental parts and a lurking sense of melancholy that superbly characterize the whole record.

If one really had to pick holes in this piece of music, it could easily be stated that Get Lost tends to sum up all the typical characteristics of nowadays progressive rock, having its deep roots in the sound of milestone bands such as Opeth and Porcupine Tree. But this would also mean deliberately ignoring some very personal ideas that, if properly developed in future works, could allow the Wandering Vagrant to achieve that personal style that would make them able to take the great leap forward.

Overall, an inspired work and a brilliant debut at the same time

Thanks to rdtprog for the artist addition. and to Quinino for the last updates

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