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  • OmairSh Yo Myth submit the experimental tag for Leprous. It's been removed for some reason and it's really bugging me!!
    April 10 11:12 PM
  • OmairSh Might check Soen out, but I'll have to get in the mood for that kind of music. Yeah I live in Canada now, moved a year and a half ago.
    March 24 06:45 PM
  • OmairSh I saw a few videos of Soen and didn't feel too excited about them. Obviously I checked them out because of Lopez. Yeah I do, uh oh you found my account! :-O
    March 21 11:06 PM
  • OmairSh Votum's album doesn't have a release date. Will probably be near the end of the year. They have snippets from their demos on their soundcloud. Seems like they're getting heavier. Hopefully they progress their sound. The previous album is also pretty good. More mellow and melodic. About Riverside's cover art, interesting colour choices, I'm thinking more of grey and dark blue (imagining it to be darker and not so colourful). All their modern pictures are in black and white as well!
    March 20 11:37 PM
  • OmairSh Riverside will be at least a 3.5, and yeah I agree I want them to progress their sound. I really hope they have some good guest contributions. I would love a sitar or a violin here and there! Steps in the gloom is gorgeous agreed. I don't know if you'll like the album as much as I did. I just fell in love with hard rock edge to Votum's brand of prog. It sounded so fresh and the guitar playing, tones and riffs are stunning. It's a very organic and natural album, rare in modern prog.
    March 20 11:32 PM

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