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    Posted: February 13 2013 at 03:32
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Another really excellent find Svetonio!! Clap Easy 'yes' for me in Crossover if that's where the New Bands team decide it should be sent for eval. There are quite a range of styles on this EP though, and it has quite a heavy overall feel to it, so Crossover may not be their first choice. I await further comment...
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Great artwork, isn't?
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Great artwork indeed but the question is, is it prog?
 
Oh yes, no worries on that score imo! Where to send these guys for a full eval though - as David has said, they're a mix of different styles. They describe themselves as a blend of prog and alt/indie, sounding predominantly Heavy/Crossover to me. I think any future full-length release might give a better idea but on the basis of this EP it's a coin toss between those two subs. I'm tempted to ask the Heavy boys for their opinion first but would have no objections if David wants to nab 'em for Cross. Good stuff, btw.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Svetonio Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 13 2013 at 22:48
Originally posted by yam yam

Another really excellent find Svetonio!! Clap Easy 'yes' for me in Crossover if that's where the New Bands team decide it should be sent for eval. There are quite a range of styles on this EP though, and it has quite a heavy overall feel to it, so Crossover may not be their first choice. I await further comment...
 
 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote yam yam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 14 2013 at 06:10
Originally posted by seventhsojourn

I think any future full-length release might give a better idea but on the basis of this EP it's a coin toss between those two subs. I'm tempted to ask the Heavy boys for their opinion first but would have no objections if David wants to nab 'em for Cross. Good stuff, btw.
 
Thanks Chris. I'd like to give the Heavy lads the first refusal on this one - it does seem a marginally better fit there than in Crossover, but if it turns out that they aren't too keen on it then I'll be more than happy to add it to our chart and give it an instant 'yes' vote. Smile I'll drop a note in their team thread now asking them for their thoughts on the matter. Thumbs Up
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And they were duly added to Heavy Prog: http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=8002  Thumbs Up
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