Although bands in prog most often pride themselves on being more ‘advanced’ than your run-of-the-mill plebes, I do agree that one of the most remarkable things about Galahad has been their capacity to improve and advance themselves. Seize the Day But, DO expect a great album, one that you can rock out to, and for the musicians, one that’s really fun to jam along to as well! The mixture is a bright one and very original. A delicate piano settles the score. We as fans, thank you deeply!
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The mid-noughties should perhaps go down as a good period of Progressive rock. As always, the proof of the pudding is in the listening. This music does good with every note. Ultimately, this album is all about ‘songs. Seize the Day Simply put; it’s brilliant stuff. Featuring the BC Weekly best new albums and artists from To be treated balahad a reworking of ‘Sleepers’ is an unparalleled joy to behold, not just a nostalgic wink to their past but an outright genius track that not only galanad Stuart’s undeniable talent but galahad battle scars seemingly stellar work of all the instrumentalists is better than ever.
We as fans, thank you deeply! Go on, give it a whirl, leave your pre-conceptions at the door and play it loud! The pulsating “Seize the Day” is a complete stunner, Gabriel-like piano and vocal intro think ‘Here Comes the Flood’ that quickly colors the trance-like electronic melody.
Everything on this opening seventeen-odd minute stretch is excited and beautifully paced. Galahad in have produced an album that would be very recognizable to the people who used to go and watch them at Mr Kyps in Poole, yet is also very much the band that these days headlines prog festivals in Europe. scarrs
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The expressive vocal is luxuriant, the pace somberly energetic, the guitar on slow burn firea delightful combination of sounds that hit the mark and make this a Galahad standard to come for evermore “You can’t touch me now”, he sings. To be open with you, I can’t say I’ve often found myself ‘digging’ the sound of Neo-Prog, now not so much a label to describe ‘new’ prog as it is a sub-genre of prog that I long felt sucked the complexity and proficiency out and replaced it with 80’s cheese up the wazoo.
But would it be? Latest members reviews The album’s beginning – the militaristic orchestral intro, followed by elongated vocal exercises and a blast of crunchy guitars and powerful chorus – immediately introduces the new Galahad. As the longest track on the album some might call it an ‘epic’it is rich with interesting galahad battle scars, although- like the galahad battle scars of the album- it has some trouble balancing the ‘good’ from the fantastic.
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Helped by the fact that there is virtually no pause between the first and second tracks, the first three seem to make a trilogy, a process of absolving one’s scars in order to become ‘one with the universe’ “Singularity”. No anger, scasr gloom here, only an open heart and a wise smile. Love the rich instrumentation, the textures, the composition. A delicate piano settles the score. The production standard is maintained, and it’s arguable that they stick to the same style, but the dynamic and quality that had galahar so excited at first about “Battle Scars” does galahhad translate.
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