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Scottish prog group Garden has now released a new EP entitled "Somewhere Else," which the band describes as "a quasi-concept album less metal-oriented than our debut, taking greater advantage of the variety in arrangements our lineup offers."
Garden plays a style of progressive metal influenced by acts such as Kamelot, Dream Theater, and Symphony X, but with a more transparent influence from 70s bands such as Yes, Jethro Tull, and King Crimson and a greater emphasis on the use of authentic instruments.
You can download the album on a name-your-price scale at Bandcamp here, or stream the songs below. The track listing is as follows:
1. Overture for the Divided 08:26
2. Leaving Home 07:32
3. In a Garden 06:18
4. Waiting for Fireworks 10:48
5. The View 07:13 More...
Scotland's Garden has released a sampler from the band's upcoming second EP "Somewhere Else," which can be heard below. The EP's track listing is as follows:
1. Overture for the Divided 8:24
2. Leaving Home 7:32
3. In a Garden 6:16
4. Waiting for Fireworks 10:50
5. The View 7:20
Garden is currently working on a new EP, and now the band has posted a recording update video online. Check it out below, and the band also comments:
"We've been filming some of the recording this week, and have put together an update for your aural pleasure, wherein I sing out of tune, Dan drops some sheet music and Patrick plays an Emin instead of an Amin! Hilarious!"
Garden has posted a new self-titled EP online, which can be heard in the player below or over at Bandcamp, and the band also commented on its sound:
"Garden are a prog/symphonic/power metal sort of band featuring violin, cello, sax, flute & clarinet alongside the typical prog metal setup up guitars, drums, keys and vocals.
"The music is somewhere along the lines of bands like Kamelot, Dream Theater & Symphony X but with a slightly more evident influence from classic bands such as Yes & Jethro Tull, and a greater emphasis on the use of authentic instruments than comparable metal acts.
"We've just released our first self-recorded EP, which can be heard at Facebook or Bandcamp. Have a listen, a 'like' and a share if you feel so inclined, cheers!"
The "Garden" track listing is as follows: More...