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Pain of Salvation - One Hour By The Concrete Lake
Review by Gary Hill
Although this band seems to walk very closely between the line of prog and prog metal, this reviewer feels that the foot lands on the side of progressive rock.
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Ian Parry - Ian Parry's Consortium Project
Review by Brian Angotti
Ian Parry's Consortium Project is a new breed of rock for the new year. This album is a blend of powerful high-energy vocals and heavy guitar riffs.
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The PB Army - Spine for the Snapback
Review by Mike Korn
When I heard the debut album "Inebriates, Equivocators and Mockers of the Devil Himself" from Toledo, Ohio's PB Army, I knew I had just encountered a band with a future in the heavy rock business. With their sophomore release, PB Army shows that they haven't lost any momentum.
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Pharaoh - After the Fire
Review by Mike Korn
This is a beautiful piece of work. I daresay that if Pharaoh had existed in the 1980's, they would now be releasing box sets in elaborate packaging much like Iron Maiden . They are that good.
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Poison - Power To The People
Review by Brian Angotti
Nearly ten years later. The original line up of Poison returns with "Power To The People". Power To The People features five new tracks and classic Poison tunes recorded live on their 2000 reunion tour.
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Poison - Crack a Smile and More
Review by Brian Angotti
Are the eighties back for more? Well, with the recent success Poison has had it is very likely.
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Primal Fear - Nuclear Fire
Review by Mike Korn
Primal Fear is a band that would dearly love to be Judas Priest. From the Hellion-style robotic birds on their album covers to the leather garb of the members and the shrieking vocals of Ralf Scheepers, everything about these Germans screams of their desire to follow in the footsteps of the immortal British metal band.
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Probot - Probot
Review by Mike Korn
It seems a sad fact that many artists forget the music of their younger days when they "mature". It's not unusual to find a successful musician trying to deny or belittle his time in punk, heavy metal or hard rock bands.
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Puya - Fundamental
Review by Gary Hill
This one is included as progressive metal, because although it really doesn`t fit the traditional definition of that genre, it includes very unique musical influences and quirky arrangements.
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