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Magic

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Sons of Apollo is a progressive metal supergroup that formed in 2017.


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This album has a few instrumental bits, but well worth the listen for those who enjoy delicious hunks of prog from some of the masters of the prog world..........

Coming Home

Signs of the Time

Full Album, Enjoy!
 

Magic

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Their new album MMXX is due to be released January 17, 2020.

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Tracklist:
1. Goodbye Divinity (7:16)
2. Wither To Black (4:48)
3. Asphyxiation (5:09)
4. Desolate July (6:11)
5. King Of Delusion (8:49)
6. Fall To Ascend (5:07)
7. Resurrection Day (5:51)
8. New World Today (16:38)


Goodbye Divinity
 

Lynch

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I just came here to post Goodbye Divinity as I came across it while just pointing and clicking on Youtube.

I'm fully aware of Billy Sheehan and Mike Portnoy's work with Ritchie Kotzen in The Winery Dogs, but I don't remember anything about Sons of Apollo. Goodbye Divinity is enough to make me buy their album from a couple years back, as well as I am now looking forward to their new one.

Also, I"m a big fan of much of Jeff Scott Soto's work, so this is a win, win, win for me.

Good stuff!
 

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Apparently these guys did a 24 song set someplace in Rome a couple years back. They did a number of cover tunes, including this one:

Sons of Apollo - Comfortably Numb
 

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And here they are doing Kashmir from the same show:


I really appreciate how they took this epic LZ tune and paid homage to it by sticking to the script rather than a group of guys with as much talent as these guys have and just going off and turning it into a personal showcase. There are times where I really can appreciate the restraint used in a tribute or cover track like this.
 

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