Origin: Canada
Genres: Gothic Metal
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Progressive Darkness is a fitting title for this Canadian band's 2002 debut album -- while the style runs the gamut from black to gothic to folk to traditional to progressive metal, at its core this is a dark metal band, probably best aligned with gothic metal, with both clean and harsh vocals, plenty of harmonized melodic guitar lines, but also a dark, extreme edge. They even manage to throw in an accordian interlude that works much better than one might expect. This is a pretty adventurous album, solid if not earthshattering, but certainly worthy of further investigation by fans into almost every form of metal.

After six years in the making, the band's second album, Shining was released in the spring of 2008, but they had essentially broken up by then, as founding member Sébastien Robitaille had left the band in December 2007.

Current Members

Sébastien Robitaille

guitars/vocals

Fred Bedard

guitars

David Turbide

bass

Thierry Nadeau-Cossette

keyboards

Guillaume Côté

drums

Former Members/Guests

Vince Gauvin

guitars


Discography



Progressive Darkness 
2002 Metal Disk
  1. Fantasy
  2. The Sceptic Traveller
  3. Ride on Ice Storms
  4. A Tale From a Fantastic Kingdom
  5. The Autumn's Freezing Harmony
  6. From Honour To Nothingness
  7. Progressive Darkness
  • Sébastien Robitaille
  • Vince Gauvin
  • David Turbide
  • Thierry Nadeau-Cossette
  • Guillaume Côté

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Sea Of Tranquility  Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 



Shining 
2008
  1. Middle
  2. Falling
  3. Downfall
  4. Malediction
  5. Hazard
  6. Messiah
  7. Perils
  8. Penitent
  9. Radiance
  10. Parallels
  • Sébastien Robitaille
  • Fred Bedard
  • David Turbide
  • Thierry Nadeau-Cossette
  • Guillaume Côté

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Metal Observer 

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