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Vangough

VANGOUGH is an American progressive metal band originating from Oklahoma City. They are led by multi-instrumentalist ClayWithrow, who composed all of the music on their debut, as well as handling the vocals, guitars, bass, and keyboards. He wasjoined by Brandon Lopez on drums to create their 2009 debut album, Manikin Parade. When listening to the debut, some obvious comparisons are PAIN OF SALVATION and DREAM THEATER. VANGOUGH has theirown sound, though, and should appeal to most fans of traditional progressive metal. In 2010 VANGOUGH released their second album, Game On! - one tha ...read more

VANGOUGH is an American progressive metal band originating from Oklahoma City. They are led by multi-instrumentalist ClayWithrow, who composed all of the music on their debut, as well as handling the vocals, guitars, bass, and keyboards. He wasjoined by Brandon Lopez on drums to create their 2009 debut album, Manikin Parade. When listening to the debut, some obvious comparisons are PAIN OF SALVATION and DREAM THEATER. VANGOUGH has theirown sound, though, and should appeal to most fans of traditional progressive metal. In 2010 VANGOUGH released their second album, Game On! - one that is radically different than their debut. Gone is most of theprog metal, and in replacement is a tribute to video game music. This shows how diverse of a band they really are. Source: progarchives http://vangough.bandcamp.com « hide

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LPs
Warpaint
2017

4
1 Votes
Between The Madness
11/12/2013

3
1 Votes
Kingdom of Ruin
2011

2.5
1 Votes
Manikin Parade
2009

3
4 Votes
EPs
Acoustic Scars
12/01/2012

Live Albums
Living Madness
2015

Compilations
Game On!
2010

3.3
2 Votes

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