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SUPERNAL ENDGAME

Crossover Prog • United States


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US band SUPERNAL ENDGANE started out around the year 2000 as a new project for John Ergle and Rob Price, long time collaborators in a number of different bands. The main idea for this specific endeavour was to create a band with a spiritual emphasis, blending symphonic progressive rock with power pop and the pomp rock of the late 70's. As the project evolved Dan Pomeroy got involved, effectively becoming a third member of the band.

So far this had lead to the album Touch the Sky: Volume I, which was officially released in late March 2010 by US label Progrock Records. Volume 2 is planned for a late 2010 release, and plans for further endeavours are in development.

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10T Records 2014
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PROGROCK 2010
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3.85 | 20 ratings
Touch the Sky: Volume I
2010
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Touch the Sky: Volume II
2014

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 Touch the Sky: Volume I by SUPERNAL ENDGAME album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.85 | 20 ratings

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Supernal Endgame Crossover Prog

Review by Morsenator

4 stars Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took the contemporary gospel/indie pop played on an average Christian youth service by some more talented guys than the stuff they play would imply (at least if you're in US or Europe) and managed to sneak in a large dose of symphonic prog influences? Well, you probably haven't, but this album might be quite close to the ending result. If the concept doesn't spontaneously give you a loud thought of "What.. NO?!" or "UGH!", there's a good chance you might actually like this album. Supernal Endgame do their thing with both courage and taste, adding catchy melodies and lyrics closer to traditional worship music but also for balance lengthy instrumental sections, such as nice guitar and violin soolos or proggy keyboard patterns. Through the many upbeat sections there are also some very interesting varied rhytm patterns reminiscent for crossover prog, under which the artist is sectioned here in PA. The album is consistent and solid, and while it lacks the masterpiece quality it is quite easy to give it four stars with a big recommendation attached. Highlights: Still Believe, Expressions, You Reached Down

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 Touch the Sky: Volume I by SUPERNAL ENDGAME album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.85 | 20 ratings

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Supernal Endgame Crossover Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Team

4 stars This band is a project formed by multi-instrumentalist John Eargle, singer/drummer Rob Price and guitarist Dan Pomeroy. There are plenty of guests, including Roine Stolt and Randy George ? and given that these two are playing it is something of a surprise not to see Neal Morse's name as well, as these guys from Texas are working in the subgenre of Christian Prog. It shows how strong these guys beliefs are as prog in itself isn't the most financially rewarding genre out there, and if you aren't a Christian then you may find the lyrics a bit hard to take. But, and it is a large "but", this is an album that is great to listen to and one that I really enjoyed even though my personal view on religion has changed considerably over the years. There are three different guest violinist and this is an album that musically sits with Seventies Kansas but with a stronger emphasis on the AOR side.

This album is awash with hooks and melodies, and even a non-believer such as myself found myself singing along to "Still Believe" ? it's infectious stuff. The press release says something that I don't think I've ever seen in the thousands I've read, "this music just makes you feel good". Do you know what? They're right ? for some reason I can't play this album without having a smile on my face, and sometimes that boost is just what you need. Highly recommended to all. www.progrockrecords.com

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 Touch the Sky: Volume I by SUPERNAL ENDGAME album cover Studio Album, 2010
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Supernal Endgame Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars This initial effort by Christian US proggers Supernal Endgame shows a lot of promise, at least if you don't get intimidated by this bands distinct worship-spiced variety of progressive rock.

Just about half the album draws the main inspirations from acts like Yes and Kansas, clearly and distinctly symphonic in style but perhaps not as sophisticated as the hardcore fans of this genre might like it. Shifting compositions exploring multiple themes is the name of the game for these efforts, but with just as much emphasis on vocals as instruments, the latter at times taking on more of a backdrop.

This is much more the case for the tracks exploring a more AOR-oriented sound on this disc. More distinctly mainstream oriented these efforts, such as Loving Embrace and Grail, are less challenging material in general and while pleasant enough doesn't really explore any new territories.

Those who have a hard time listening to religious music in general and Christian rock of the worship variety in particular better shy away from this disc though. These guys are proud believers who wants to share their joy with the world at large. And I would guess that this aspect of the CD is the one that will decide whether or not it'll be a success.

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