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    Posted: August 22 2007 at 21:53
Windmills By The Ocean was a one-album project that consisted of future members of Isis and Red Sparowes. The music can be compared to them, but is slighly lighter than the Isis, and unlike Isis, features no vocals. They border on beautiful melodies to sludge, and it's a great album consisting of 5 untitled tracks. I consider them in the post-metal field.

I recommend them either for Post-Rock or Progressive Metal, seeing as the post-metal bands are split like that depending on their heaviness.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 22 2007 at 22:01
I will add them to our chart and try to track something down from them.
 
I have heard of them but haven't heard their music,sounds interesting though.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 22 2007 at 22:08
Their album is only $4.99 on iTunes if you use that :)

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 23 2007 at 14:26
From the songs I've heard I see them in the Post-rock genre, hence my vote for them in the Post-Rock additions list. I'll need to check out the album to tell if they're fit better in the Prog Metal or Post-Rock genre.


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