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    Posted: January 06 2012 at 07:57
I've been listening to Tides of Men a lot recently, and I was a little shocked they weren't in the database yet. The band has released two albums 'Empire Theory' and 'Dream House' and although the departure of the singer they are still active ( more or less ).  They are a very good progrock band I would like to suggest to anyone out here. It's guitar based but very diverse and they combine straight forward rock with odd time-signatures and cool ( dissonant ) harmonies. As a reference I've posted the song 'Statues' from the latest album Dreamhouse. Greatings and I hope they will get a place in the huge database Progarchives has to offer!
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Interesting Math Pop/Crossover stuff, kind of like This Town Needs Guns and Circa Survive put together. I'll alert the crossover team. Not the most progressive band I've heard in a while, but they might stand half a chance. Granted TTNG and Circa Survive were border cases themselves. Tongue
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