IQ release new song

2014-04-13 by linguist2011 CONTRIBUTOR | 5 Comments
British progressive rock band IQ have released the title track from their upcoming album,
The Road Of Bones, and you can listen to it on Youtube here:




The new album is due to be released next month.

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Mad.
April 13th 2014
4675 Comments


Awesome, will check.

menawati
April 13th 2014
16587 Comments


sounds quite promising

Mad.
April 13th 2014
4675 Comments


OK, that song was pretty fucking awesome. Not too Genesis, not too Porcupine Tree

NonApplicable
April 13th 2014
2471 Comments


Cool once it gets going. Not something I'd normally listen to especially if their instrumentation stays this descript.

Mad.
April 13th 2014
4675 Comments


I think the best part is the build up, very subtle and slow. The ending is cool if a little basic like you said, but we can hope the other tracks are more complex. If so this could be a VERY good album, the artwork is awesome.



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