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This band from Israel is a solo project from Tel RUBINSTEIN (guitars)with the help of Hod SARID (drums), Maayan BRAMSON (flute), Amit SHTRIKER (bass), Eran ZILBERBUCK (keyboards, backing vocals), Maya Johanna MENACHEM (vocals)and Ray LIVNAT (backing vocals). The album "The Magister" is a concept album about the history of the crusades in the twelfth century, The Magister being the character of the hero. Despite the fact that this is a instrumental album that took 3 years to make, Tel Rubinstein went to visit different locations in IsraŽl, and reading some books to be inspired for his story.

The music is Progressive Metal with some medieval flavors that display some quieter moments of acoustic guitar and flute with influences from bands such as CAMEL, MICK OLDFIELD and OPETH.

Bio by rdtprog

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4 stars Israeli band STEIN is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Tal Rubinstein. Following several years of preparations and recordings, they self-released their debut album at the start of 2016.

Stein isn't a band that have been hitting any headlines I've seen, which is just too bad. While this is a kind of album that may well have a limited audience, those who know and treasure instrumental progressive rock of the kind that Camel used to create should have a field day with this album. As long as one can cope with a band of this kind also incorporating elements of progressive metal into some compositions and passages here and there.

Thanks to rdtprog for the artist addition.

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