Progressive Rock Band

Intervista www.arlequins.it – Valentino Butti

I LogoS sono una band veronese attiva da quasi vent’anni. Dopo due album autoprodotti a cavallo dei due secoli, nel 2014 hanno pubblicato un interessantissimo nuovo album, “L’enigma della vita”. Li abbiamo incontrati pochi giorni dopo l’uscita dell’atteso nuovo lavoro. Eccone il resoconto. Benvenuti su Arlequins, ragazzi. Possiamo proprio dirlo: dove eravamo rimasti? 13 anni […]

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Progressive Room Interview (7/10/17)

Welcome to ‘Progressive Room’.  It’s an honor for us, taking an interview from an important Band such as ‘Logos’’. We suppose it’s the first time that you give an interview to a Greek Prog/Rock Channel, so let’s start with a flashback of your career. What was the main motivation that made you start learning music […]

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Windhawk @ ProgArchives.com

Symphonic progressive rock is the name of the game on this one; no surprises there. Dampened guitarwork partially in the shape of slick riff patterns and drawn out chords and partially in the shape of mellow melodic or acoustic guitar licks are used to provide nuances; a driving and distinct bass line underscores guitars as […]

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Logos

Windhawk @ ProgArchives.com

This debut by Italian act Logos showcase a highly talented band, with the creation of intriguing, atmospheric moods placed in quirky compositions with myriads of breaks and minor as well as majord changes in style, sound and pace as specialties. Symphonic prog seems to be a sort of foundation for this outfits explorations; as layered […]

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omphaloskepsis @ Progarchives.com

An unseen glacier calf’s an iceberg. Ginormous waves of subsonic whale songs expand as Logos announces a new born, infant wet whale of a masterpiece of Italian Prog. Ominous hypnotic percussion propels the new born album thru delicate webs of a spidery plucked guitar riffs. Pompeian vocals ride over molten bass lines. Ghostly guitar riffs […]

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Martin Burns @ dprp.net

After a 13-year gap, Logos return with their frankly terrific new album, L’enigma della Vita (The Enigma of Life). The line-up includes two keyboard players, Luca Zerman and Claudio Antolini, along with Fabio Gaspari (drums, bass, backing vocals), Massimo Maoli (guitars), and a few other guest musicians. This is Italian progressive rock at its best, […]

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