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Mantra Vega (UK) for Crossover Prog

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Topic: Mantra Vega (UK) for Crossover Prog
Posted By: ProgCandles
Subject: Mantra Vega (UK) for Crossover Prog
Date Posted: March 16 2016 at 00:32
They deserve to be on PA. In this project there were a lot of known members of prog-rock. 
An example of a list of names:

- Heather Findlay / vocals, percussion, low whistles, acoustic guitar
- Dave Kerzner / vocals, keys & sound design, acoustic guitar
- Dave Kilminster (Roger Waters/Steven Wilson) / lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars
- Chris Johnson (Halo Blind/Mostly Autumn/Heather Findlay Band) / lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars
- Stu Fletcher (Heather Findlay Band) / bass
- Alex Cromarty (Mostly Autumn/Heather Findlay Band) / drums
- Troy Donockley (Nightwish) / vocals & lead guitars
- Irene Jansen (Ayreon/Star One) / vocals
- Angela Gordon (Mostly Autumn/Odin Dragonfly) / vocals & recorders 
- Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon/Star One)​ / lead guitar
- Remko de Landmeter / bansuri

The New Album:


The Illusion's Reckoning

Tracks:
1. Every Corner.
2. Island.
3. Veil Of Ghosts.
4. Lake Sunday.
5. Mountain Spring.
6. In A Dream.
7. Learning To Be Light.
8. I've Seen Your Star.
9. Island (Reprise).
10. The Illusion's Reckoning.
11. Mountain Spring (Acoustic) [Bonus Track].

off site:  http://mantravega.co.uk" rel="nofollow - http://mantravega.co.uk



Replies:
Posted By: Cristi
Date Posted: March 16 2016 at 01:28
I'm only judging from the song I heard on their site, but it sounds more like crossover than neo.
Maybe they need to see this, too.


Posted By: ProgCandles
Date Posted: March 16 2016 at 03:16
Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

I'm only judging from the song I heard on their site, but it sounds more like crossover than neo.
Maybe they need to see this, too.

Yes you are right. I redid the title.


Posted By: AlanB
Date Posted: March 16 2016 at 03:24
I proposed them a while ago for prog folk but nothing happened. Maybe this will be more successful.


Posted By: O666
Date Posted: March 16 2016 at 11:50
http://progfreak.com/Mantra-Vega-165493.html" rel="nofollow -
http://progfreak.com/Mantra-Vega-165493.html
 
I found them 2 months earlier and add them in Progfreak  (above link). I decided to suggest them in PA but I doubt about them! Xover or Related?! IMO Prog Related is their fit sub genre but I (as a normal forum member) didn't allow to suggest Prog Related in this section.
Their music have many "Known and Listened!" elements. For example from they have many elements from FleetWood Mac ! I like Mantra Vega music so much but I'm not sure about "To Be Prog or Not to Be! Prog".  



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