LogoS

Categoria: Asrava

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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seventhsojourn @ ProgArchives.com

It’s always nice when a package of new CDs drops through the letterbox, but nowadays there’s no shortage of free downloads out there if money’s a bit tight in any given month. One such freebie is ”Asrava”, the second self-produced album by modern Italian band Logos that’s available via their website. ”Asrava” comprises a diverse […]

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Daniele Cutali @ Movimenti Prog

I Logos sono una realtà veronese relativamente recente nel nuovo progressive italiano, ma è una realtà attiva da oltre un decennio con alle spalle ben due album in studio, “Logos” (1999) e questo “Àsrava” (2001), e uno dal vivo, “Totus Lupus” (1999). Attraverso tanti cambi di line-up, il periodo dei due dischi vede invece una […]

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Andrea @ ProgArchives.com

After the interesting but immature eponymous debut album, between August 2000 and February 2001 Logos recorded their second effort “Ásrava”. It’s another self production but the sound quality is definitively improved if compared with the previous work. The line up featured Fabio Gaspari (bass, acoustic guitar, nylon string guitar, vocals), Massimo Maoli (electric guitar, acoustic […]

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ProgShine @ ProgArchives.com

There’s always something in the mid 90’s Italian Prog Scene that bothers me a lot, the dated keyboard sounds/the shameful sound of drums, I really don’t understand some of the things recorded in this particular time of decade, the bands wanted so bad emulate the 70’s sound, but most of them just don’t have equipement […]

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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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