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Slottskogen Goes Progressive 2016
The Watch (IT) + Hooffoot + Inventors of the Universe + Art of Illusion (PL) + D'accord (NO) + Magnfznt
The Watch is a 5-piece band from Milan, Italy. Born from the ashes of The Night Watch, they began to work in a more professional way with the release of Ghost in 2001, the album that introduced them to prog audiences. Today, The Watch are a well-known act in the prog community and are definitely appreciated.
Their music is inspired by artists of the 70's, primarily early Genesis, owing to an incredible similarity between Simone Rossetti's vocals and those of a younger Peter Gabriel. Despite this similarity, however, the band has its own style, combining classical prog atmospheres with a sprinkling of modernity.
During interviews, the guys are often asked how they manage to attain such a high production level both in-studio an...
Art of Illusion is a Polish progressive-rock band founded in 2002. The first album, called "Evil in Human Form" was a big success in their country. Recently they've been working on a new album, which should be released in 2007/2008. Preview of this work could be downloaded from their official webpage http://artofillusion.info . Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
D'AccorD is a Norwegian rock band that was formed early 2008.
The band quickly agreed upon trying to capture the true essence of the early 70’s Progressive rock. such as Queen, Pink Floyd, and Jethro Tull, Deep Purple and Uriah Heep .
The band has released three albums D'AccorD, Helike and "III". They all got great reviews, and the band seem to get recognition for their will to make it as authentic 70..s sounding as possible.
D'AccorD is: Daniel Måge - Vocals, Flute, Stig Are Sund - Guitars Årstein Tislevoll - Bass Jostein Hustveit - Drums, Fredrik Horn Keyboards. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.