For those who can’t get enough melodic prog metal, All Things Fallen will be a new welcome friend. Markus Sigfridsson (Harmony, Darkwater, 7days) has a lot to say – both musically and lyrically. And apparently, the recent Darkwater release Human, was just one expression or his artistic output (the other his input to Lance King’s latest ReProgram), because this new independent 6 track recording delivers plenty of riff-infested, melodic prog. While some of this material does in
Lance King is back (8 years since the release of his debut solo album A Moment In Chiros) with 60 minutes of heady, melodic progressive power metal bliss. From a purely musical standpoint, this album is exceptional. Kim Olesen (Anubis Gate) and Markus Sigfridsson (Darkwater/Harmony) have rejoined him to contribute guitar and keys on several songs each. But this time around Lance has recruited the help of Rich Hinks (Aeon Zen), who contributes guitars/keys on a few tracks and
It has been a long time since the last new material from Sweden’s Darkwater – like almost a decade since 2010’s Where Stories End. Thankfully, that album was not the end of the story as the original line-up is back with 76 minutes of melodic progressive delight. The band’s debut Calling the Earth to Witness (2007) was simply phenomenal – the band setting a tone of melodic, yet progressive crunch with great melodies, copious keyboards and thought-provoking lyrics. But they too
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