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The Great Divide

Ice Age

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Album Review

Ice Age display a more traditional prog rock flavor than many late '90s progressive metal bands on their debut album, The Great Divide; while there are moments of metal heaviness, the record also harkens back to the neo-classical European sounds of guitarists like Ritchie Blackmore and Michael Schenker, and there are some slick, bombastic, yet catchy tunes that would sit well next to some of the late '70s more commercially successful arena/prog rock bands.

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Above Average Prog-Rock!

Although Ice Age could be considered a prog-metal band in the modern sense, they actually have more in common with the classic prog-rock bands of the 70s. The guitar tones and rhythm section are in keeping with today's prog-metal groups, but the keyboard tones harken back to the glory days of the Moog. The vocalist is a cross between Dennis DeYoung of Styx and Michael Sadler of Saga, yet he delivers his lines with extra guts...the guy can really belt out a tune. Generally the melodies are above average, and the musicianship is outstanding! Quite commendable for a debut album!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New York-based progressive metal ensemble Ice Age blends the influence of American prog-pop acts like Styx and Kansas with the heavier sound of Rush, the more elegant European stylings of Deep Purple and Michael Schenker, and the modern touch of Fates Warning, King's X and Dream Theater. Consisting of vocalist/keyboardist Josh Pincus, guitarist Jimmy Pappas, bassist Aaron DiCesare, and former...
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The Great Divide, Ice Age
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jun 01, 1999

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