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ETERNAL JOURNEY

Progressive Metal • Germany


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Founded in Cologne, Germany in 2007

ETERNAL JOURNEY is a progressive metal project formed by guitarist Alexandros S. PAPATHEODOROU. Although PAPATHEODOROU plays nearly all the instruments on the project's recordings, he also has a host of guest musicians and guest choir singers record with him. The first EP, A Space Metal Adventure, was released in 2007 and the band's debut full length album, Threshold of Pain, was released in 2010. The band's music is heavily influenced by the likes of DREAM THEATER, AYREON, and OPETH.

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5.00 | 2 ratings
Threshold Of Pain
2010
3.95 | 39 ratings
Nebular
2015
4.67 | 3 ratings
The Traveller
2018

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4.00 | 2 ratings
Eternal Journey: A Space Metal Adventure
2007

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 Nebular by ETERNAL JOURNEY album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.95 | 39 ratings

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Eternal Journey Progressive Metal

Review by LearsFool
Collaborator Post/Math Rock Team

5 stars This album sounds as awesome as driving that giant mech on the cover must be. Eternal Journey have created an excellent album here, brilliantly blending electronic sounds and effects into some varied and crushing metal. They also have the time and skill to add calmer interludes here and there, and even manage to back up some metallic riffs with an acoustic one. The musicianship here is great. And the vocals are themselves as eclectic as the music they're sung and growled over, and sound great even in power prog mode. The results make for some very enjoyable listens, and could work as a guidework for aspiring prog metal players. Very fun, I'll say this a 4.5 that can only be rounded up.
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