"What's left to be said about Miriodor that hasn't been said here and on just ab
- "What's left to be said about Miriodor that hasn't been said here and on
just about every progressive rock review site throughout the web? Once
heralded as 'Montreal's best kept progressive rock secret,' I think it is now
safe to assume that the cat is out of the bag and people everywhere have come
to realize that Miriodor is a musical juggernaut that just can't be
stopped. With Avanti!, the band's seventh release, they merely managed to distance
themselves from the competition by an even wider margin."
- Yves Dubé, SEA OF TRANQUILITY
"What an amazing band ! I consider six of their seven studio albums as
being essential... It's difficult to pick out a favorite because for me one
doesn't really standout over the others, they're all amazing. A must for you
adventurous music fans out there."
- Mellotron Storm, PROGARCHIVES
With a musical legacy that spans almost thirty years, Miriodor is one of
the finest progressive bands to ever emerge from Canada. The band's debut
immediately established an individual musical vision that has continued to
evolve and mature with each release. Whether this
Canterbury/Experimental/Avant band is romping through whimsical, pleasant and accessible lands or
turning its attention to more angular, darker, heavier territory, the trip is
always intriguing and the musicianship is always jaw-droppingly proficient.
MIRIODOR will be making an exclusive and rare US appearance at ProgDay
2013 in celebration of its eighth album, Cobra Fakir, to be released at the
end of the summer. The performance will feature material from the new release
as well as favorites from the past.
MIRIODOR (Canada) will join SOUND OF CONTACT (US), THANK YOU SCIENTIST
(US) and SIMAKDIALOG (Indonesia) at ProgDay 2013, the nineteenth edition of
the world's longest running progressive rock festival. ProgDay 2013 will
take place on Saturday, August 31st, and Sunday, September 1st, at Storybook
Farm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. For more information, and to hear
music from all of this year's bands, please visit us at www.progday.net.
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