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macandkanga  
10 Jun 2010 15:22 | Quote
Joined: 03 Oct 2008
United States
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Anybody into Progressive rock. Yes, Genesis, Happy the Man, Gentle Giant, Hatfield and the North? I'm actually looking for newer bands like this.
EMB5490  
10 Jun 2010 16:23 | Quote
Joined: 10 Feb 2008
United States
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i like yes and genesis... never even heard of the other 2... some consider rush prog rock? not too into it though... im more 60s
Empirism  
10 Jun 2010 16:30 | Quote
Joined: 23 Jun 2008
Finland
Lessons: 4
Karma: 35
Yeah, I have times when I listen much Genesis and other Phil's stuff anyway... Check out the Brand-X, his 70's stuff...

Few todays band comes to mind

Coheed and Cambria



Porcupine tree ofcourse, one of the best at these days, but I think you know it already... well... it might be considered progressive metal but anyway...

One of the most interesting "newer band" is Glass Hammer



Well, here for a start :)

Cheers
Empirism
GuitarJoe  
10 Jun 2010 17:12 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jun 2008
United States
Karma: 4
I absolutely love King Crimson, Yes and Rush. And Mahavishnu Orchestra, though i think they're more jazz fusion. But not much of a genesis fan
macandkanga  
10 Jun 2010 17:37 | Quote
Joined: 03 Oct 2008
United States
Karma: 21
@Emp
Cool. I'm already a big Brand X fan. I've heard of Porcupine Tree and Coheed and Cambria but never really took a listen to them. I'll check them out when I get home.

@guitarJoe
Love Mahavishnu but yeah I put them in the fusio category.
coleman  
10 Jun 2010 18:06 | Quote
Joined: 10 May 2009
United States
Karma: 8
I really like the mars volta and newer Rx Bandits

carlsnow  
11 Jun 2010 06:06 | Quote
Joined: 29 Apr 2009
United States
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Karma: 23
macandkanga says:
Anybody into Progressive rock. Yes, Genesis, Happy the Man, Gentle Giant, Hatfield and the North? I'm actually looking for newer bands like this.


Yes, King Crimson, Genesis(until 1982) Gentle Giant, etc-etc

back in the 7o's we called it "Art Rock". I loved it then and i love it now (just listening to the 1st PG solo "car" or 'One' yesterday)...

there are some fun bands I'll run by that either
1- imitate/pay-tribute to the lost genre and do a great job
2- the new progressives (not just folks who slap "progressive" next to their name, lol.

Flower Kings, Roiane Stolt, Kaipa (since 70's beware the last 2), Opeth(Still Life on, no seriously(freaked me out to), Ritual(my fav of the newer guys), Transatlantic, Dream Theater (90's), Spocks Beard (pre 2005), Radiohead, Allagoch, Islanders Bane, Rush, Anekdoten, Behold!...The Actopus, Dysrythmia, and many many more...
then, of course there are the bands who remain progressive still, Eno, PG, Fripp, Crimson, Adrian Belew, etc

and far to many more to post before coffee(lol)

If ya want more (suggestions) i'll either post them when i'm awake or you could mail me through me website via carl@carlsnow.com (www.carlsnow.com)

PRAWG-RAWK!
Cs


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macandkanga  
11 Jun 2010 12:43 | Quote
Joined: 03 Oct 2008
United States
Karma: 21
@Empirism
Dude! Love Coheed and Glass Hammer! I'm going to check out more of them later.

@Carlsnow
I have Flower Kings, Transatlantic,DT, and Spocks Beard. All awesome.

I aslo discovered OHM yesterday. They are kinda on the fusion side more than progressive but nevertheless awesome. Chis Poland is the guitarist and he's the original lead guitarist from Megadeth. I dowloaded the CD Circus of Sound.



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