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    Posted: February 18 2010 at 16:26
Cheers. I agree that samples wouldn't do a band like this justice. 
Groovy teenage rock with mild prog tendencies: http://www.myspace.com/omniabsenceband
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 20 2010 at 08:37
Themata is a brilliant, brilliant anthemic rock record BUT it isn't overly progressive.

However the new album, Sound Awake, is very much a prog record.
They've become even proggier than they were if that makes sense.
And lo, the mighty riffage was played and it was good


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 20 2010 at 11:15
OK thanks for the info. IŽll take a listen to the new one first then.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 01 2010 at 10:12
Ita good to see Karnivool being mentioned quite a lot in the forums. it would be awesome to see them included on this site. Sound Awake is an amazing album, definately has prog elements throughout it. I saw them live at the big day out in Australia and they were simply amazing, such a tight sounding and awesome band
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 04 2010 at 20:59
I've got their new album, its very good stuff.

I would add them under Heavy Prog if it was my call. It's like Tool.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 05 2010 at 02:02
The PMT have listened to the "Sound Awake" album and we donŽt feel that there are enough "metal" elements on the album to warrant an inclusion in one of the three metal subs, so weŽve asked the heavy prog team to take over the evaluation. So Karnivool is now in the hands of the Heavy Prog team.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 04 2010 at 12:44
The german radio station Rock Antenne voted "Karnivool - Sound Awake" to the album of the week:
http://www.rockantenne.de/album-der-woche/item/581-der-tipp-der-woche-karnivool-sound-awake

The new album is great and I wonder why they weren't added already... Confused


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 04 2010 at 15:40
Originally posted by tobbls

The german radio station Rock Antenne voted "Karnivool - Sound Awake" to the album of the week:
http://www.rockantenne.de/album-der-woche/item/581-der-tipp-der-woche-karnivool-sound-awake

The new album is great and I wonder why they weren't added already... Confused


It has been approved for Heavy Prog, but additions are a lot of work and it's on the list to be added.  Maybe if you or someone else offered to prepare the addition it would speed things up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 04 2010 at 19:59
yeah we've been swamped and I've been busy, I will add them this week
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 05 2010 at 04:43
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yeah we've been swamped and I've been busy, I will add them this week


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 08 2010 at 05:00
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 09 2010 at 06:19
Yay!
And lo, the mighty riffage was played and it was good


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 11 2010 at 08:15
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