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    Posted: January 13 2013 at 10:16
Hello! Our band just got added to Prog Archives, so I would like to invite you all to listen to and review our self-titled debut album "The Reformation".  We are a female-fronted Eclectic Prog band that formed in Pittsburgh but are now based in San Francisco, and we'd love to get some feedback from real prog fans! Smile
 
Recommended for anybody who likes King Crimson, Janis Joplin, (Syd Barrett era) Pink Floyd, The Soft Machine, Van der Graaf Generator, Hawkwind, Tool, Jimi Hendrix, The Alan Parsons Project, Parliament-Funkadelic, or Supertramp.
 
Originally called Mechanical Overload, The Reformation was formed in Pittsburgh, PA in 2008 by multi-instrumentalist Matt Penco, drummer Kyle Brower, bassist Fred Carneiro, and vocalist Bruce Jackson as a Rage Against the Machine cover band. In the spring of 2008, they began to write material for what eventually became part of The Reformation's first album. They started recording the instrumental tracks a year later, but production ceased with Jackson's departure in mid-2010.

The addition of Caroline Schneider in late 2010 prompted the reformation of the old group, and a new direction. The band completed writing and recording their debut album in the summer of 2011, but Carneiro left the band before its release. He was temporarily replaced with multi-instrumentalist Jason Larkin (who was previously in a progressive metal band with Brower and Carneiro), and was permanently replaced by multi-instrumentalist Dan Miller.

They released their debut album, The Reformation, on August 18, 2011 and toured the Pennsylvania area to promote it. Their second album, Fatal Expectation, is slated for a spring 2013 release.
 
 
You can listen to the album at our bandcamp page: http://reformation.bandcamp.com
 
 


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I listened to Between Two Times and loved it. Great feel throughout and i love Caroline's voice. 
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Great band.


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I came across it on PA a while ago and listened some tracks on Youtube. I found quite enjoyable. Maybe I'll give it a review one day. It would certainly be worth listening again...
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I'd actually like to review your new album, "Fatal Expectation".  Where can I get a copy?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote reformationband Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 27 2013 at 14:35
Originally posted by Second Life Syndrome

I'd actually like to review your new album, "Fatal Expectation".  Where can I get a copy?


http://reformation.bandcamp.com

You can stream it for free, or buy the download or CD.  CDs will be available in late September 2013.


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