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Nebuleyes

Formed: 1999
From: France
Last Known Status: Active

Background

The Nebuleyes project started in 1999, when Benjamin Masson and Xavier Boscher, two guitarists seeking for instrumental experiments, met. "Big Bang Foetus", their first title, was born after their first meetings. A meteorit hit a satellite, the keyboards burst into multiple radioactive bits and the guitars were disintegrated... 6 months later, "Reminiscence" left the "Nebuleuse" into a very damaged state.

Beginning of 2002, the two musicians went back to the subsonic studios, to try to wake up a little humanity in the metal galaxy... "Elixir" was a real detonation in the progressive music environment : ten minutes of melodic cavalcades, and, for the first time since Nebuleyes was created, promises of an electrical music with human harmonies appeared. In September of that same year, "Digital, EnfanT"'s tale was evoqued with the creation of the eponym song. The story of a numeric child, sent by the gods to rehabilitate humanity and the Erotoman people, was developed throughout the songs in order for Nebuleyes' first album to be a theatral and musical masterchief.

The group's style is an always renewed mix of metal, progressive metal, pop, atmospheric, electronical and symphonical atmospheres.

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Nebuleyes - "The Universal Being" CD cover image - Click to read review

Nebuleyes - "The Universal Being"

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"A fair effort at a synth-fonic prog opera that is destroyed by a hilariously strange story line, among other things."

Rated 2.0 out of 5 skulls

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Nebuleyes - "Divine Revolution"

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"Setting the sights slightly too high on what still feels like an immature release by talented musicians"

Rated 2.5 out of 5 skulls

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