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How often does a writer get to mention bands as diverse as King Diamond, Judas Priest, Queensrÿche, Rush, Iron Maiden, Page & Plant, Rob Zombie, Powerman 5000, and Alice Cooper in one sentence? Well, thank Crimson Glory (Wade Black, Jon Drenning, Ben Jackson, Jeff Lords, and Steve Wacholz) for that. They show influential nods to all of those groups in the music on this album. Of course, they have given listeners much more than that with Astronomica; they have given the world an album which both entertains and pushes the envelope of progressive metal. This one probably is not for everyone. The vocals (which somewhat call to mind King Diamond's style) will most likely send a few people running. Still, those who enjoy prog metal and have a good sense of adventure are in for a thrill ride here. It gets quite intriguing at times. For a quick example of this, jump directly to the title track. Its texture seems to combine the sounds of Page & Plant with a healthy does of both The X Files (yes, the television show) and Queensrÿche. Other highlights on the disc include "Edge of Forever," "Cydonia," and "Touch the Sun."


Se formó en: 1982 en United States

Género: Metal

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

The progressive metal band Crimson Glory formed in Florida in 1982. Vocalist Midnight, guitarists Jeff Drenning and Ben Jackson, bassist Jeff Lords and drummer Dana Burnell had played together for over three years before Roadrunner signed the band and released the Crimson Glory album in 1986. The album received good reviews, prompting MCA to pick up the group for 1988's Transcendence. Burnell and Jackson were dumped soon after the album's release, and the duo later resurfaced as the heavy metal band...
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Astronomica, Crimson Glory
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  • Géneros: Metal, Música, Rock
  • Publicado: 01/12/1999

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