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25217Re: [ProgAndOther] The S's Continued.........

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  • stevesly@aol.com
    May 3, 2008
      I like The Sword CD more each time I listen to it.  They have a brand new one out that I have not heard. 
      Regarding 800 reviews.......yea it is a bit daunting and I am obviously running out of fresh things to say.  I am only reviewing my main CD collection.  I have boxes of additional CD's that I have recieved as promos or that I have just taken out of my main bunch.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: progholio@... <progholio@...>
      To: ProgAndOther@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, 2 May 2008 5:11 pm
      Subject: Re: [ProgAndOther] The S's Continued.........

      -- stevesly@... wrote:
       " 796.                    THE SWORD  AGE OF WINTERS  2006 The Sword are a 
      relatively new band from Austin Texas who would really love to be the second 
      coming of Black Sabbath.  The music here is very similar to Ozzy era Sabbath and 
      although they do it very well, the material is somewhat derivative."   
      I've been very curious about this band, i like the one or two songs i've heard, 
      i'm a big fan of stoner/sabbath/ and just heavy music in general, a little 
      cautious of the derivative nature though. Maybe if i find it used. 
      Thanks for the Stolen Babies review btw, i know they are label mates with SGM 
      and Estradasphere, definitely sounds promising.
      Jeezuz dude, 800 of these albums you've reviewed so far, hats off to you.
      Speaking of the Sword, last night i just listened to a copy of an album called 
      "In The Future" from a band called Black Mountain from 2008 - and there is 
      nothing futuristic about it. Very cool if you are into, well, Sabbath, Led 
      Zeppelin type of riffs slathered with mellotron and occasional female vox, some 
      very nice retro rock by the young'uns as Jed Clampet might say.        
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