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Turn It On. Toi, The. Water into Wine. Train of Life. Tokyo UK. Listen to your Heartbeat. Tokyo Blade. Tokyo Motor Fist. Tom De Luca. Down to the Wire. Tom Keifer. The Way Life goes. Tom Kimmel. Circle back Home. Tom Snow. Hungry Nights. Tomas Bodin. Tommy Conwell. Tommy Denander. Less is more, Part One.
Skeleton, Part Two. Tommy Funderburk. Anything for you. Tommy James. Tommy Nilsson. Follow the Road. Tommy Shaw. Girls with Guns.
What if. Tone Norum. One of a Kind. This Time …. Tony Banks. Tony Borg. Tony Carey. Some tough City. Tony Franklin.
Brave new Tomorrow. Morning Wood. Tony Kishman. Catch Tony Mitchell. Beggar's Gold. Tony Sciuto. Island Nights. Tony Joe White. Closer to the Truth. Blues Rock. Top Left Corner. Torben Schmidt. A bit on the Side. Addiction of Fools. Lookin' for Trouble. Head on. Get it on Credit. Torstein Flakne. Shoot the Moon. Total Stranger. The Seventh One. Falling in Between. The Complete Works. The City sleeps. Oceans of Time. Tour de Force. World on Fire. Turn the Page. Tower City.
A little bit of Fire. All or Nothing. Toxic Melons. Bus Therapy. Pop AOR. Toys of Joy. One of these Days. Trace Balin. Trade Mark. Fatal Blues. Trade Winds. Welcome to Paradise.
Poetic Justice. The Way it could be …. Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Christmas Eve and other Stories. Symphonic Rock. The Christmas Attic. Tales of Winter. Dirty Pleasures. Catch Fire. The Pleasure Principle. Organized Crime. Weapons of Choice, - Coupe De Grace. Ghost of Graceland. Trevor Rabin. A Life on Earth. Triple Threat. We ain't here to dance.
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No Rest for the Wicked. Rivers of Paradise. Secrets in the Dark. The Completion Backwards Principle. Tuesday Blues. Walk through Fire EP. Keepers of the Light EP. Therapy Dusk Heather Moralists Zentrum Loathers Kriegslicht Egodepression Zwischen jetzt und nie Umbra Szabadon Gethsemane Spirit's Perfection Dominium Aeternum Where the Light Will Thread This Side of Eden Ancient of Days The Scepter of the Rulers Black Void of Old Thrones of Shadow Unchained Abyssal March Plagued by Black Death Euphoria Virulent Rapture Life To Wield the Hand of Perdition Of Witchery and the Blood Moon Immateria Divider Inversus Lost in Oblivion Hostage of a Life Beyond the Void Creed in Life Blame Yourself Exolvuntur Reflection Dark Halo Winding Path Messiah Jeg Maner Eder Alle Reissue Doedskraft Og Tri Nagler Reissue Til Mitt Kjaere Norge Reissue Liminal Forest Nightshade Ashes Scoria I don't know any reason for not liking this album unless you do not progressive metal music because the songs contained here in this album is excellent and strong in songwriting, tight composition.
In fact, if you like technical mastery of guitar or keyboard, you can also enjoy this album. Well, if you only enjoy neo progressive music and do not want to explore your music boundaries, I guarantee you will suffer enjoying this kind of music. Conclusion Having explored this album in great details, even though I do not write on track by track basis, it's very easy to summarize this album as an excellent addition to any progressive music collection.
Fans of Kansas might be favored knowing that the music is somewhat Kansas played in progressive metal style. Keep on proggin'..!
I thought it was too thin, too cute, too un-metal. The good thing is that he has proved me wrong. The usual melodic vocals he chooses for ENCHANT are here, but we see now another side of his abilities: the ability to sing louder, to sing higher, to be able to front a much louder band. He succeeds almost completely. Just a few times during the album I got the idea that he was in stress trying to fit in with the music, but generally, he makes for a very good progressive-metal vocalist.
Their music is mostly riff-based but they have great originality to come up with very interesting ones. The songs are longer than usual, with extended instrumental sections and three purely-instrumental tracks. The influences are varied, and we can even feel some jazz here and there, especially in the harmonies and bass lines.
The music wouldn't be as good if it wasn't played with such amazing skills. Here we have a true outstanding set of performers, from the excellent, jazz-oriented drummer and bass player who really shines throughout the album to the impressive guitarist, Michael Harris, leader and mastermind of the band. This album is his idea and it shows, as it is the guitar the instrument which in the end outshines the others with the splendor of the solos and ornaments and the technical proficiency one can discover and enjoy.
At times, "Angular Perceptions" just lacks memorable choruses or melodies to be considered a true 5- star progressive-metal album. I was inclined after the first few songs to give this record the highest rating, as it's one of the best-played traditional prog-metal albums in existence, but after I listened to the whole thing, the impression it left in my mind was less strong. It's an excellent addition to any collection and therefore I give it 4 stars.
While I found Thought Chamber's second album - 's Psykerion - to be extremely impressive, this debut album by the band is considerably less impressive to my ears. Because I was so mightily impressed by Psykerion, I guess it is inevitable that I am going to relate this debut album of the band to that later masterpiece. When I first got interested in Thought Chamber I gave this debut album of the band a spin, but since it didn't capture my interest at first I moved on to Psykerion which grabbed me almost instantly and demanded many repeated listens and eventually led to a glowing five star review.
Six years separate the two albums by this band and the line-up is also considerably different with only guitarist and band leader Michael Harris and vocalist Ted Leonard of Enchant fame appearing on both albums. This time around the band was completed by Bobby Williamson on keyboards, Derek Blakley on bass, and Rob Stankiewicz on drums.
Whatever experimentation found here is firmly rooted in a Metal base. Another band also heavily influenced by Malmsteen is Symphony X and there are also similarities between them and Thought Chamber.
While Angular Perceptions is an entry in an established style and genre; Psykerion transcends established genres. Crisis El Arma Silenciosa Machina Ex Deo Fragmentos Eterno Serpientes Negras Liminal Forest Nightshade Ashes Scoria Broken Sky Fallen Torches A Commotion Asleep In The Deep Instrumental Capillarian Crest Live A Spoonful Weighs A Ton Toes To Toes Instrumental Circle Of Cysquatch Live Atlanta Jaguar God Instrumental Blood And Thunder Live White Walker Halloween Instrumental Crystal Skull Live Orion Iron Tusk Live All Bodies Alaska Croakies And Boatshoes Selkies: The Endless Obsession Breathe In, Breathe Out Roboturner Backwards Marathon Medicine Wheel The Primer Autodidact Plumbus The Way She Goes Leech Life Indianapolis Jones Sarah Longfield Celestial Body Bag Worst Case Ontario feat.
Charles Caswell Obelisk Azure Infernal Altar Devil PremisesThought Chamber: Angular Perceptions. Thought Chamber came to life after guitar virtuoso Michael Harris released an album called Sketches from the Thought Chamber in when he decided to form a real band, enlisting the vocal services of Enchant's Ted Leonard, the amazing rhythm section of Haji's Kitchen, and Outworld's keyboard player Bobby Williamson.