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Beyond the Realms of Euphoria

1 Oct. 2012 | Format: MP3

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I'm a late comer to the Galahad party, only picking up on them when they released Empires Never Last a few years back, since then they have become a firm favourite. This year has seen them release two new studio albums, the first "Battle Scars" was a step up from ENL but Beyond the Realms of Euphoria is even better. This is a progressive album in every sense, experimenting even more (than on Battle Scars) with techno/trance, which fit surprisingly well with the more traditional prog elements. The album drives along at a cracking pace with powerful sound, great lyrics and excellent vocals. My album of 2012 !
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I must say that Galahad have a distinctive base rhythym running through all their records.it is distinctive and a certain quality to their sound.Empires Last and Battle Scars are equally excellent and I would recommend all 3 if you find you enjoy the their style which is definitely progressive with an edge of difference
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I've been following this band since hearing them on the BBC Radio 1 Friday Night Rock Show, Rock War competition.
Since keyboard player Dean Baker came on board, they developed an electronic layer to their music. And this latest album is the full flowering of that approach.
Pulsing rhythms, solid guitar and atmospheric passages, intelligent lyrics, they are all here. There is a real maturity, yet vitality to this release.
Thoroughly recommended for anyone who likes keyboard heavy neo-prog.
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Forget 'Battle scars', THIS is the true successor to the wonderful 'Empires never last.'

I would suggest that Dean Baker, the keyboardist, has had more on an influence on the sound on this occasion, but the band as a whole are in tremendous form throughout. And it's not 'dance/trance' as has been suggested, it's great 'Neo-Prog.'

Being their second album out this year, you'd expect the quality to be compromised, but it certainly isn't. This is the first album I've heard from the few bands that were on top of their game some five years ago, which has actually gone forward, or at least continued the good form that those bands had showed before.

Why 4 stars, when I'm talking it up so much? Well, it's simply not a 5 star album musically, but it's really, really good.

It's the album we wanted after 'Empires', because we wanted more of the same. It's not quite as good, but it's still a very enjoyable listen, and certainly the best thing I've heard in 2012.
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Musical masterpiece, very interesting music. It is possible to listen to such music infinitely. It enriches with the beauty and gives good mood. For all fans of prog rock, it is a gift.
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