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mz

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  07.06.2013 at 13:48
Surprised by the fact that there is not a exclusive topic about Leprous, I decided to start this topic. I personally have listened to last three leprous albums and enjoy them to a great extent. Leprous is for me one of the most promising bands in modern prog metal.
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Unhealer
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  08.06.2013 at 00:37
And their drummer is one of the most promising musicans in modern prog. Great band, I still have to check their first album.
mz

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  08.06.2013 at 12:28
Written by Unhealer on 08.06.2013 at 00:37

And their drummer is one of the most promising musicans in modern prog. Great band, I still have to check their first album.

Yeah, their drummer is really talented but never goes too much on "show off"y side (which is a great thing for me).
btw,Which one of their albums you prefer?
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K†ulu
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  08.06.2013 at 14:40
Written by Unhealer on 08.06.2013 at 00:37

And their drummer is one of the most promising musicans in modern prog. Great band, I still have to check their first album.

Wow, this is interesting to hear. I have never noticed anything about his style, but I am going to listen to their latest again, so I will try to pay attention to the drumming. I also need to check their first one as well as listen more deeply to Tall Poppy Syndrome.
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K†ulu
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  08.06.2013 at 14:43
Written by mz on 08.06.2013 at 12:28

Written by Unhealer on 08.06.2013 at 00:37

And their drummer is one of the most promising musicans in modern prog. Great band, I still have to check their first album.

Yeah, their drummer is really talented but never goes too much on "show off"y side (which is a great thing for me).
btw,Which one of their albums you prefer?

I see you like prog rock... I have recently discovered a Swedish band Anglagard, who released two albums in the 90's and then one last year after a 16-year hiatus. I was really impressed with the drummer, Mattias Olsson. He does not show off but really makes the music interesting and emotive so to say. Check them/him out.
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mz

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  09.06.2013 at 12:23
Written by K†ulu on 08.06.2013 at 14:43

Written by mz on 08.06.2013 at 12:28

Written by Unhealer on 08.06.2013 at 00:37

And their drummer is one of the most promising musicans in modern prog. Great band, I still have to check their first album.

Yeah, their drummer is really talented but never goes too much on "show off"y side (which is a great thing for me).
btw,Which one of their albums you prefer?

I see you like prog rock... I have recently discovered a Swedish band Anglagard, who released two albums in the 90's and then one last year after a 16-year hiatus. I was really impressed with the drummer, Mattias Olsson. He does not show off but really makes the music interesting and emotive so to say. Check them/him out.

Thank you, I am familiar with Anglagard and have listened to their debut which was beyond expectations. I sure need to give that masterpiece more spins. Also, I was aware of their new album but did not give that attention. Will dl their recent material today.
If you liked Anglagard, I think you would probably enjoy Discipline , another good prog rock band, I personally was really impressed by their recent album :To Shatter All Accord
Again, tnx
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TungstenPhilly

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  12.06.2013 at 18:23
I love Tall Poppy Syndrome. I think it's an absolutely fantastic record. I love how they bring in a bunch of different stylistic influences not often heard in European metal (barbershop???). Also, I think the kick drum sounds phenomenal on that album (although some of the other drum sounds are a bit more questionable.

The second album did not catch my ear as much and I haven't tried the third album yet.
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  05.08.2013 at 12:23
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Lethrokai

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  30.08.2013 at 15:10
I don't know, I personally find TPS to be their weakest album... It just sounds too much like Opeth, not their own album.

I actually feel that Coal has been their best release. Yes, it's not as erratic, but the musicality in it is unbelievable. "The Valley" is a masterpiece, as are "Foe" and "The Cloak."
3rdWorld

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  03.11.2013 at 23:04
Coal is amazing and would probably end up as my second favorite prog release of '13. I also simply love these guys in Ihsahn's latest.

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