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  1. How good were these 3 albums when they first came out? For me they changed the meaning of progressive metal, but which one is best? I know they are completely different so comparisons are hard, but they came out in roughly the same period and are top 3 progressive albums of the decade (IMO). My favourite is Masstadens, it's so unique I can't get over it and the production is absolutely mental. Such a good album.
  2. GAIA are a progressive metal band from Brighton, UK and their debut EP release brings something out of the ordinary to the progressive metal scene. More succinct than standard progressive metal, GAIA take groove to new heights and bring about a musical masterpiece that combines sweet melodic phrasing and vibrant riffing with exceptional vocals. This EP will cause headbanging and severe satisfaction to the listener. The release for this EP is the 10th January 2020. I recommend checking this one out. The single "Words" is out now: Purchase EP from 10/01/2020 here: https://distrokid.com/live/?albumuuid=09C14A80-C8E2-4603-AC0287BD9B06A9E4&store=iTunes&ref=live_fb_iTunes_09C14A80-C8E2-4603-AC0287BD9B06A9E4&fbclid=IwAR259mGcC22ZGWinXhfq8IpoQ_nFYqmeSXDNwOLiyuhbb9Wds0yR7dcwHwU Enjoy!
  3. Between the Buried and Me come to mind whenever progressive metal is mentioned. However, seeing as these are usually spoken about in progmetal topics, I would like to suggest just focusing on Dan Briggs' (bass) parts. He adds so much to the songs and almost has his own progression separate to the song, but it still ties in nicely with all the other parts. Amazing musicianship.
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