LogoS

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ProgressiveRockBR.com – L’Enigma miglior album del mese (giugno 2014)

http://www.progressiverockbr.com/monthjunelogos2014.html WELCOME TO Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal – E-ZINE LOGOS The brief history of this group has beginning in the 1996’s spring for worth of three peoples that play for a long time: Luca Zerman, keyboardist, Alessandro Perbellini, drummer and Fabio Gaspari, bassist and guitarist. They starts to reproduce cover of the italian group […]

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Todd @ ProgArchives.com

LogoS has been around for nearly 20 years, having released two interesting self-produced albums around 2000. They have returned in full force now in 2014, releasing a new album, “L’Enigma della Vita.” The only remaining founding member is Luca Zerman, and over the intervening years he has assembled a band that have been playing live […]

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Apps79 @ ProgArchives.com

Logos’ history starts back in 1996 in Verona,when keyboardist Luca Zerman, bassist/flutist Fabio Gaspari and drummer Alessandro Perbellini formed the band,later to be joined by Massimo Maoli and Andrea Dossi on guitars.Initially they started as a Le Orme cover band,later to focus on composing their own material after the addition of the two guitarists,while they […]

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Finnforest @ ProgArchives.com

Logos is a band from Verona Italy who began in the mid 1990s and despite line-up changes over the years, remain together to this day (2009). They sport a variety of both English (Crimson, Genesis) and Italian (Orme, Banco) prog influences, have a good history of live shows, and have performed both covers and originals. […]

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Utnapishtim @ ProgArchives.com

In search of the truth’ sailing through unsafe thoughts in search of the knowledge that since the beginning of times it seems to vanish once reached it. A precious album for both listeners and musicians. A must have album which offers a balanced way to express the depth concept of RPI through memorable true progressive […]

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Aussie-Byrd-Brother @ ProgArchives.com

2013 was a banner year for all things Italian prog related, an astounding mix of winning comeback works from established bands and dazzling works from newcomers filled with so much exciting potential and promise. It was already looking like 2014 would potentially measure up to the same quality, and then an album like this first […]

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tszirmay @ ProgArchives.com

As so brilliantly expressed by my esteemed colleagues Todd and Aussie-Byrd-Brother, the Italian progressive scene has been spurting lately with fierce determination, Vesuvius and Etna exploding simultaneously with a lava flow of stunning 2013 releases and it is now clear that 2014 will be just as scorching. Recent arrivals Phoenix Again, Ego, Aurora Lunare, Nodo […]

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