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Opposing Motion sign on iconic prog label LION MUSIC

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Feb 13, 2013 5:19 AM ET #1 (permalink)

Hi Guys,

As a long-standing massive fan of the Metal Underground pages, I have decided today to take the plunge and introduce, OPPOSING MOTION, a prog-metal band that was formed in late 2006 and was heavily inspired by iconic heavy/prog bands (such as SYMPHO X, CRIMSON GLORY, FATES WARNING, ROYAL HUNT) as well as by new rising stars of the prog-world like PAGAN'S MIND, CIRCUS MAXIMUS or ASPERA (ABOVE SYMMETRY). After a very well received first E.P in 2010, the band has recently been signed by legendary prog label LION MUSIC (SEVENTH WONDER) to release our first album entitled "Laws of Motion". More on this here:http://www.facebook.com/notes/lion-music-record-label/opposing-motion-sign-to-lion-music/10151472499837359.

We would love to get some feedback from the Metal Underground community of metal prog specialists and fans! A couple of tracks from the upcoming album are available on Reverbnation here http://www.reverbnation.com/opposingmotion.

The album release is scheduled for the 11th May 2013 and a video for the track Forever's Edge is on its way ;-)

Check us out guys!


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