Mean Deviation: Four Decades of Progressive Heavy Metal
Bazillion Points Books, 2010 - 364 páginas
Revered former Metal Maniacs editor Jeff Wagner analyzes the heady side of metal in this exhaustive narrative history of a relentlessly ambitious musical subculture. Beginning with the hugely influential mid-1970s efforts of Rush and King Crimson, Wagner unfurls a huge tapestry of sounds and styles, including Queensryche, Fates Warning, and Dream Theater; extreme prog pioneers Voivod and Celtic Frost; Norway’s post-black metal avant garde acts Ulver and Arcturus; and the 1990s global movement that spawned Ayreon, Pain of Salvation, and others.
Fighting a tide of tradition and conservatism, progressive metal has proven to be one of the most viable, malleable forms in all of modern music; here its preeminent scholar tells the tale.
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All Moving Parts
ByTor at the Gates of Delirium
Open Mind for a Different View
THE SCIENCE OF THE DAY 5 Passing the Threshold
Killed by Tech
A Constant Motion
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From 2112 to 1993
INTO DATA OVERLOAD
and the Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth
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