Intervals - New Video Online


Canadian up-and-coming proggers Intervals have just released a new video, for the previously released single "The Escape". Enjoy it below. The track is off the band's debut album A Voice Within, recently released on March 4th.

You can listen to the entire album streaming on YouTube or Bandcamp. With this album, the band introduced a vocalist to their ranks, Mike Semesky.






Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Intervals
 
Posted: 27.03.2014 by R Lewis


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27.03.2014 - 15:57
fandango68
Thanks for that Luigi...

I thought that was pretty accomplished stuff; will look forward to checking out more of their stuff in due course...
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27.03.2014 - 16:16
R Lewis
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Written by fandango68 on 27.03.2014 at 15:57

Thanks for that Luigi...

I thought that was pretty accomplished stuff; will look forward to checking out more of their stuff in due course...

You're welcome I'm happy their choice to hire a vocalist has turned so great btw, I wasn't sure their music would have been apt for singing, but it is.
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27.03.2014 - 19:03
fandango68
Written by R Lewis on 27.03.2014 at 16:16

You're welcome I'm happy their choice to hire a vocalist has turned so great btw, I wasn't sure their music would have been apt for singing, but it is.


I think any band, even a progressive one, is only really going to find a pretty niche market without a vocalist, so this was a sensible choice. I also thought the vocals are pretty good and right for the style of prog metal the band are performing; I'll be checking out more of their stuff and wish them well.

I don't know about you, but I have been wondering what future direction Symphonic influenced Prog Metal would take, as the number of bands so overtly influenced by DT/ SX appear to be burning themselves out. I applaud bands such as Susypre, Thought Chamber and To Mera (for example) who push the boundaries of technicality whilst still being able to provide a strong enough melodic line for 'clean' vocalists to thrive...
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First gig was Manowar (loincloths 'n' all), Bristol Colston Hall in March 1983, on the 'Hail to England' tour. Tickets were £3.75, 300 in the audience, Mercyful Fate never showed, but my hearing still got seriously trashed..
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27.03.2014 - 19:39
R Lewis
That Useless Guy
Written by fandango68 on 27.03.2014 at 19:03

I don't know about you, but I have been wondering what future direction Symphonic influenced Prog Metal would take, as the number of bands so overtly influenced by DT/ SX appear to be burning themselves out. I applaud bands such as Susypre, Thought Chamber and To Mera (for example) who push the boundaries of technicality whilst still being able to provide a strong enough melodic line for 'clean' vocalists to thrive...

Well those bands you mentioned, thus not being among my favourites, released some amazing stuff. I feel that this genre, if well executed, can give great satisfactions, but it's everything but a "safe" genre. It's easy to produce uninspired music, even if I -luckily- can't provide examples of this atm
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