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TELERGY

Crossover Prog • United States


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US project TELERGY is the creative vehicle of composer and multi-instrumentalist Robert McClung, who after almost two decades as an active musician in various genres decided that he wanted to create progressive rock in 2009. Enlisting the services of talented musicians worldwide, he set about to create and record a concept album based on the story of The Exodus from the Bible, and in 2011 the finalized product was released on CD, simply named "The Exodus". McClung is currently working on the second Telergy album, a production that seeks to be an epic tale performed and conveyed in an epic manner.

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4.12 | 6 ratings
The Exodus
2011
3.83 | 17 ratings
The Legend Of Goody Cole
2013
4.00 | 33 ratings
Hypatia
2015

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 Hypatia by TELERGY album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.00 | 33 ratings

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Hypatia
Telergy Crossover Prog

Review by JohnNicholson

5 stars Hypatia is the third album by Telergy, a project led by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Robert McClung. This new record has potential to enter many year-end top lists.

Both musically and story-wise Hypatia is built very professionally, with every detail being well thought. With its seventeen songs and the concept that is based on the story of an ancient philosopher and mathematician Hypatia, the album is constructed as a rock opera record. Due to the album's concept depicting the mentioned story, there is a feeling of record being similar to the film soundtrack.

Hypatia was a well educated woman who could stand up in front of men. Her name definitely deserves to be recognised and put near the greatest names of ancient times. Robert McClung and Telergy contribute to that.

As it was the case with other Telergy albums, most of songs on 'Hypatia' are predominantly instrumental, even though there are lyrics. There are no vocals on Telergy albums, but spoken words that are performed by Durga McBroom-Hudson acting as Hypatia, Bryan Hicks as Theon, Corey Glover as Synesius, Blake Carpenter as Cyril, Peter Kelley as Peter the Reader, and Almus Kentler as The Professor.

As implied above 'Hypatia' is built upon the great instrumental work based on symphonic and progressive metal. The album features guest contributors who worked with bands such Savatage, Trans Siberian Orchestra, Symphony X, Rhapsody on Fire, Kamelot, Yes, Supertramp, Jethro Tull, Kansas. These names get you closer to what can be expected from 'Hypatia' in the musical sense.

The artwork of the album extends visually to the whole concept.

With all said and done, I insist that 'Hypatia' is one of the best releases of the year. Don't think of finishing this year without giving a listen to this album.

 The Legend Of Goody Cole by TELERGY album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.83 | 17 ratings

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The Legend Of Goody Cole
Telergy Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars US project TELERGY is the creative vehicle for composer and musician Robert McClung. His aim is to create and release conceptual productions under this name, utilizing guest performers for various instrument and vocal roles, in some ways comparable to the Dutch project Ayreon. The first Telergy production, "The Exodus", saw the light of day in 2011. "The Legend of Goody Cole" is the second album of this kind to be released under the Telergy name, self-released in 2013.

Telergy's "The Legend of Goody Cole" comes across as an accomplished production on all levels. The manner in which the story is told is economical and logically assembled, the theatrical intermissions are well executed, and those who prefer to enjoy the story without the latter can do so easily. The music itself is of a high quality throughout, the star spangled cast of guest musicians contributing in a manner that elevates the total experience of this primarily progressive metal output. An album easily recommended to those who prefer their progressive metal to be a part of a conceptual framework.

 The Exodus by TELERGY album cover Studio Album, 2011
4.12 | 6 ratings

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The Exodus
Telergy Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars US project TELERGY is the creative vehicle for composer and instrumentalist Robert McClung, which he utilizes to musically conceptualize important stories within a progressive rock context, enlisting the aid of additional musicians as needed and when available. "The Exodus" is the first of these productions, and was self-released in 2011.

"The Exodus" is a fairly challenging, refined and varied run through one of the central parts of the Old Testament and Jewish history, a story told with music and cinematic effects within a contextual story framework briefly but effectively played out as a theatrical feature. The album features gentler acoustic pieces and instances of purebred progressive rock alongside progressive metal, and warrants a check by those with a relatively broad taste in music, who are fond of conceptual creations and don't mind a setting where religious names and historical events are explored.

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