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Mark
Dec-04-2004, 02:23
Call Home Entertainment seeks outstanding progessive rock bands. Must have top quality CD ready to present to major and indie labels.

For more information, contact callhomenow@aol.com

winkin
Dec-04-2004, 04:33
Which current bands fit your definition of Progressive Rock?

Claire Moss
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fir_np
Dec-21-2004, 23:01
Hello, we just finished recording a 4 song ep. at Pressure Point Studios, in Chicago. i don't know if you would be interested. we just have a rough mix of it. its cd quality. if you are. let me know and i can send it to you. thankyou, Nick.
www.farfromwords.tk (http://www.farfromwords.tk)

Kebu
Jul-05-2005, 17:30
I suppose I am quite late with informing you, but I am member of a Finnish progressive rock band, Prime Mover, that have released their second album a couple of months ago. If you are still searching for new bands, you can listen to our CD from our web page: http://www.skivkraft.com/primemover

Proto prog arse
Feb-06-2006, 01:14
I'm having trouble here understanding why people would call any modern band prog these days..As far as i'm concerned & many more Prog was falling to pieces around '74 & certainly poped it's cloggs by around '77.

Proto prog arse...

HarvestWarrior
Feb-18-2006, 16:57
check out fortomorrows.co.uk - A fantastic new and live band, with quality song writing, attracting lots of interest in USA and UK

http://www.fortomorrows.co.uk/ http://www.fortomorrows.co.uk/

Progworth
Apr-07-2006, 13:07
check out fortomorrows.co.uk - A fantastic new and live band, with quality song writing, attracting lots of interest in USA and UK

http://www.fortomorrows.co.uk/ http://www.fortomorrows.co.uk/

:) This sounds like an interesting band! I will definitely check it out!;)

Progworth
Apr-07-2006, 13:13
I'm having trouble here understanding why people would call any modern band prog these days..As far as i'm concerned & many more Prog was falling to pieces around '74 & certainly poped it's cloggs by around '77.

Proto prog arse...

Hi!How are you?

I had to respond to this post, even though it was posted a while back. Prog music never went away: if you listen to some of the "neo-prog" bands today, you will hear elements of the old 70's prog bands. Spock's Beard is a good example: I hear a lot of Gentle Giant in their music. Many of the modern bands will point out influences from that era. and don't forget that a lot of the old bands(i.e., Hatfield and the North, Proto-Kaw, etc.) have reunited and are performing as we speak.

As someone once said: progressive rock never died. It just went underground!:)

Progworth
Apr-07-2006, 13:15
I suppose I am quite late with informing you, but I am member of a Finnish progressive rock band, Prime Mover, that have released their second album a couple of months ago. If you are still searching for new bands, you can listen to our CD from our web page: http://www.skivkraft.com/primemover

Hey, Kebu! How are you? Have actually heard music from Prime Mover on Aural Moon. I love it!:)