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INFINITE HORIZON is a German progressive power metal band. They were formed in 1997, and in 2001 they released their debut album titled Beyond Infinity.

INFINITE HORIZON is a 6-piece outfit consisting of Mark Lemmler (vocals), Jens Hahn (guitar), Thomas Bäcker (guitar), Armin Schmidt (bass), Christian Shmidt (drums), and Bastian Fuchs (keyboards).

Since their debut album in 2001, they have released three more albums titled Mind Passages, Soul Reducer, and Dominion. INFINITE HORIZON is highly recommended to fans of the progressive power metal genre. If you're into SYMPHONY X, BLIND GUARDIAN, HELLOWEEN, or even DREAM THEATER, INFINITE HORIZON will appeal to you!

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Dominion by Infinite Horizon (2009-10-09)Dominion by Infinite Horizon (2009-10-09)
Black Bards
Soul ReducerSoul Reducer
Black Bards Ent. 2008
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Mind PassagesMind Passages
SINSI 2007
$267.99 (used)

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4.00 | 1 ratings
Beyond Infinity
4.00 | 1 ratings
Mind Passages
3.09 | 3 ratings
Soul Reducer
2.05 | 2 ratings
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 Dominion by INFINITE HORIZON album cover Studio Album, 2009
2.05 | 2 ratings

Infinite Horizon Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
Prog Reviewer

2 stars 2.5 this time

The forth album of this unknown band from Germany named Dominion from 2009. This time we have here an almost a forgetable album with repetative crunchy guitar riffs thrown over some redundant lyrics. As I said on previous review, this band here runs out of ides for good, same power metal like in 1988 with the sound more from today but the rest sounds like Metal Church (Blessing in desguise era, but 100% worst). This time more power metal and less progressive metal, and for that thing this release is weaker in any way then Soul reducer. Only the voice on some parts of Marc Lemmler save the album to be a total desaster. Now, the musicianship is ok, they know to use the instruments, but the arrangements and ideas are forgetable. When you don't have enough ideas that you are filling in a passage same damn arrangements that means the album is destiated to oblivion. Sorry but 2-2.5 stars is the best I can give, one listen is enough to make an opinion. Liar and Living on the edge are the only good and respectable moments of the album.

 Soul Reducer by INFINITE HORIZON album cover Studio Album, 2008
3.09 | 3 ratings

Soul Reducer
Infinite Horizon Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Infinite Horizon is a german progressive/power metal band releasing so far 4 studio albums. This is their third one from 2008 named Soul reducer. They play a fusion of power metal bands like for ex Metal Church, Vicious Rumors with some progressive metal elements something between Dream Theater or late Angra period ( Aurora consurges era). The music is ok, nice musicianship, but theideas is kinda running dry here, not to mention on their lates one, whre they running dry like Sahara. Anyway , this album is ok, with some good moments like Children of Tomorrow with some good progress elements and some very good voice from Marc Lemmler. I would like to here much more eleborated music here, more keybords and less crunchy and repetative guitar riffs because I'm talking about progressive metal not some everyday power metal band. So, I will give 3 stars for this album, quite unnoticed band from today but is no wonder because I can named at least 250 names that sound alike and has same manner of interpretation. Still an ok album and has some good moments for sure and much better then their latest album from 2009 Dominium.
Thanks to J-Man for the artist addition.

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