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Apocalypse

The Brazilian neo-progressive rock-band Apocalypse was formed in 1983 and was influenced by such rings as Genesis, Yes, Hurry, and Marillion. Chico Casara (vocals/bass), Ruy Fritsch (acoustic guitar), Eloy Fritsch (keyboards), and Chico Fasoli (drums) perform generally available tunes dominated by prominent keyboards and complicated rhythms. Their intellectual Portuguese lyrics …

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Ad Infinitum

Using the breakup from the neo-prog group Cathedral, keyboardist Todd Braverman formed Ad Infinitum using the imagine recreating the sound of the early-1970s progressive rock-band along famous brands Yes and Genesis. Marketing in the Town Voice, Braverman fulfilled guitarist, songwriter, and fellow prog rock and roll fanatic Craig Wall structure. …

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Redemption

The brainchild of Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Nick Van Dyk (guitars, bass, keyboards), Redemption proudly unfurl the flag of American progressive metal, as proven by their impressively rendered eponymous debut of 2003, also featuring vocalist Rick Mythiasin (ex-Steel Prophet and New Eden), bassist Jason Rullo (of Symphony X), and guitarist Bernie …

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Steve Cochrane

Steve Cochrane was created in 1961 in Nova Scotia, Canada. Developing up in Ontario, Cochrane discovered guitar and became a member of several local rings like the prog rock and roll Endpieces from 1980 to 1983. Cochrane after that went single and spent five years focusing on an recording based …

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Phantom Blue

A melodic hard rock-band, Phantom Blue was formed in the later ’80s simply by vocalist Gigi Hangach, guitarists Michelle Meldrum and Nicole Sofa, bassist Kim Nielsen and drummer Linda McDonald. Marty Friedman, afterwards of Megadeth, created the L.A. band’s self-titled debut for Roadrunner in 1989. He also done second album …

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Grammatrain

The choice CCM group Grammatrain comprised singer/guitarist Pete Stewart, bassist Dalton Roraback and his drummer brother Paul. Produced in Seattle, in 1994 the trio self-released their eponymous debut LP, getting the interest of ForeFront Information label exec Eddie DeGarmo, who instantly signed Grammatrain release a their 1995 sophomore work Lonely …

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Zebra

Zebra galloped out of New Orleans in the mid-’70s. The trio concocted their moniker from a Vogue newspaper cover and shortly won within the East Coastline with professional Zep-like pomp-metal. Zebra’s assured self-titled debut proceeded to go gold, because of the environment play of superb singles “Inform Me WHAT YOU …

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The Good Rats

While countless rockers started their professions in the brand new York suburb of Longer Island prior to going to worldwide achievement (Billy Joel, Twisted Sister, Steve Vai, Brian Setzer, Blue ?-yster Cult, etc.), there were countless works that made an appearance poised to get a breakthrough, but also for whatever …

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Tiles

Tiles certainly are a veteran hard-edged neo-prog quartet from Detroit, Michigan. Their audio combines the complicated compositional and musical adventurousness of traditional prog using the powerful, intense tenets of hard rock and roll and progressive metallic. Initially influenced greatly by Hurry, Tiles possess, over five studio room albums, carved a …

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Theocracy

Having a sound rooted firmly in the prog and power metallic traditions of bands like Dream Theater and Iced Earth, Theocracy continues to be delivering sprawling metallic having a Christian spin since its inception in 2002. Primarily a solo work of Matt Smith, who performed all the tools on Theocracy’s …

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