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PostSubject: Re: Prog-Rock/Metal   Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:02 am

Temple of Blood wrote:
Tom Brislin was in Yes?  When?

Since 2001, I guess. Looks like he's just a touring musician, though.

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PostSubject: Re: Prog-Rock/Metal   Mon Jul 23, 2018 2:37 am

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Temple of Blood wrote:
Generally speaking, I'm not sure how some of these bands these days get called "prog".

WATCHTOWER is prog.  Some stuff that I hear called such these days is just watered down Journey/Queensryche.

What characteristics define "prog" to most these days?

I agree with you completely, I think about 90% of the time the term "progressive" gets used incorrectly.  

It seems if a band uses keyboards they automatically get labeled as "prog".  

Bands like "Atheist" or "Meshuggah" are more progressive than many of the bands in this thread.


I dunno , not all prog is ultra complex or technical . I tend to prefer Prog Bands that create more atmospheric / spacey but still heavy songs than the ultra technical for technique´s sake .

Some of my fave new prog bands are Seventh Wonder and Circus Maximus , but I tend to focus more on the late 90´s albums , I think that was agreat time for the style ...
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