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Poll Question: your fave?
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2 [5.41%]
2 [5.41%]
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6 [16.22%]
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    Posted: May 07 2013 at 20:00
Niacin over The Album Leaf

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I'd go with Natural Selection, but seeing as I only know that and the Tea Party album, I won't vote.
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Haven't heard of any of these, okay Tea Party I know, but that's only from being Canadian. Smile I actually saw them live at a free festival a couple of summers ago. They were great, awesome energy.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm

Originally posted by progbethyname

Dark Gothic Progressive Metal--SAVIOUR MACHINE--SAVIOUR MACHINE 1&2

Listening to Saviour Machine's first one right now. Love this stuff.

They're great. I originally found them because their singer Eric Clayton is on Ayreon's The Human Equation.  Legend Pt 1 is their best IMO.


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My fave from these is probably Edges of Twilight, but it has received lots of love already.  It rates 5 stars for me with no trouble.

I voted for  In a Safe Place by  The Album Leaf.

This one of my fave mellow out albums. 
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Originally posted by Earendil



Originally posted by Mellotron Storm


Originally posted by progbethyname

Dark Gothic Progressive Metal--SAVIOUR MACHINE--SAVIOUR MACHINE 1&2

Listening to Saviour Machine's first one right now. Love this stuff.

They're great. I originally found them because their singer Eric Clayton is on Ayreon's The Human Equation.  Legend Pt 1 is their best IMO.



happy to hear my fellow proggers. The album, Saviour Machine 1 is a real gem, but wait till you get into the Legend trilogy!! It will knock you on your ass. It's awesome. Saviour Machine offer up some of the highest quality of prog metal there is. In my opinion, I feel their are not too many bands out there better than them. And yes, E.C's appearance on the AYREON' project 'Human Equation' helped spark some Interest in Saviour Machine for sure. After all, E.C was the voice of reason on the album. What's not to like!?
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^ I have the Platinum Box which has the first two albums plus an extra disc. And also Legend III:I.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 09 2013 at 07:12
Voted for this one:

Pretty original Krautrock album that veered into jazz and electronic in a most ingenious way.
Loooooove the froggy synths of this track in particular Acide Framboise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obQp7Zrpk4Y
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Lands End is brilliant but now defunct Cry
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^Whatever happened to them?  Really liked their albums and then poof they were gone. 
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Wheres the tech/extreme overlooked gem? ;-D
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm



^ I have the Platinum Box which has the first two albums plus an extra disc. And also Legend III:I.


Gold!! Make sure you get yor hands on the first 2 legend albums and then grab their RARITIES AND REVELATIONS 4disc set. Hear the mastery unfold!!!
Over many years exploring the world of Dark-Gothic Progressive Rock/Metal has been an unbelievably great experience. Colour me Goth all over! I'm hooked.
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Originally posted by progbethyname

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm



^ I have the Platinum Box which has the first two albums plus an extra disc. And also Legend III:I.


Gold!! Make sure you get yor hands on the first 2 legend albums and then grab their RARITIES AND REVELATIONS 4disc set. Hear the mastery unfold!!!

I haven't bought their dvd yet, but I've watched a some of it on youtube. It's even more theatrically impressive than I expected.




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Originally posted by Earendil


Originally posted by progbethyname

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm



^ I have the Platinum Box which has the first two albums plus an extra disc. And also Legend III:I.


Gold!! Make sure you get yor hands on the first 2 legend albums and then grab their RARITIES AND REVELATIONS 4disc set. Hear the mastery unfold!!!

I haven't bought their dvd yet, but I've watched a some of it on youtube. It's even more theatrically impressive than I expected.


Oooohhh live in DEUTCHLAND 2002. THE BEAST! God. They are so intense, but so awesome. I can't look away. Oh you gotta get their live album in 1995 in DEUTCHLAND as well. That's another thing, they are an incredible live band. I have so much respect for them. Also, don't you love Nathan Val Halla keys! Love how he rocks the prophet 5 synth!!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Earendil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 09 2013 at 23:03
Vampillia doesn't get near enough recognition.  Powerful, epic, dissonant, post-rock.





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