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3.82 | 15 ratings | 4 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Inside The Atmosphere (9:18)
2. Circumcision (6:08)
3. A Cry Of Dismay (7:18)
4. Mysterious (6:25)
5. Feardrops (6:23)
6. Patience (7:40)
7. Thinking Progressive (6:58)
8. Eleanor Rigby (5:07)
9. Zephaniah (12:01)
10. There Is Love At The End (8:29)

Total Time: 75:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Oliver Wulff / vocals
- Boris Stepanow / guitars
- Stephan Kruse / keyboards
- Burkhart Heberle / bass
- Olaf Sorgenfrei / drums

Releases information

CD Gecko Records #: Gecko 1012 (2003)

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ATMOSFEAR Inside The Atmosphere ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
Good, but non-essential (27%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by progrules
4 stars The description by Progarchives talks about comparison with Evergrey and Vandenplas, two tremendous prog metal bands. So time to check it out, I would say. Well, this appears a great discovery. I like average prog metal, that is not too much in the direction of heavy metal (Wolverine, Savatage at it's toughest) and neither going too mellow (Anathema, Tool in some of their works). Just plain prog metal that's what I like best. And Atmosfear fits exactly in that description. When I saw the tracktimes I already got enthusiastic because there were many long tracks, that predicted progressive potential. And that's exactly how it appeared to be.

Atmosfear deserves much more attention than they got so far on progarchives, so prog metal fans: time to check this one out !! Absolute highlight to me: Zephaniah, fantastic track, all you may expect from prog metal. Only downside is Eleanor Rigby: What on earth ... ??? Well I forgive them. This one is a solid 4 stars.

Another interesting aspect: Oliver Wulff voice sounds somewhat like Khan (Conception, Kamelot) and he is very popular amongst prog metal fans, so... The rest of the band's sound isn't really like Kamelot by the way, Conception comes closer.

Latest members reviews

3 stars Once again, Germany has produced another amazing, yet totally obscure and (sadly) unheard of progressive metal band, this one going by the name of Atmosfear. Released six years after their debut three-track single, 'Inside the Atmosphere' could be accused of being another 'generic prog metal ... (read more)

Report this review (#1775864) | Posted by martindavey87 | Sunday, August 27, 2017 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Man, traditional prog metal can't get a critical break this days. Chances are, if you take prog structures of the 70s, marry it to crowd- pleasing melodies of 80s metal and production heaviness of the 90s and add melodic vocals (the so-called Dreamtheater clones) , you won't get much reviews from ... (read more)

Report this review (#1074808) | Posted by Progrussia | Saturday, November 9, 2013 | Review Permanlink

4 stars I just discovered this band and I must say i was surprised. Although they have some similar sounds to bands like Dream Theater and even Evergrey, they do have their own unique sound. The vocalist is very good, the melodies throughtout the album are very good. the guitar riffs are well done. The ... (read more)

Report this review (#178266) | Posted by metalrob4662 | Sunday, July 27, 2008 | Review Permanlink

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