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    Scale the Summit?

    Apparently they are in town tonight, I never heard of them.

    [VIDEO]]Scale the Summit - Alpenglow - YouTube[/VIDEO]

    sorta wish I was going though, they are just a really small venue called Fubar.

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    I almost went.

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    A band that I'm enjoying more and more. Out of the three albums I like "The Collective" the best. Not as harsh as the other two.

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    You should have gone. They put on a great live show and are generally awesome band
    Love Charity Esteem

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    I am a fan of The Collective. I like the others less, the writing isn't as mature.

    I've still only caught one half of a live show - they always seem to be playing when I have a gig of some sort - but they can definitely play their stuff, which is increasingly rare.

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    I've only seen them live when they opened for Dream Theater on one of the Progressive Nation tours, but they were very good. I'd like to catch their show again one of these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I am a fan of The Collective.
    As am I.

    Carving Desert Canyons was actually a really cool album if you sit with it for a while but there were only a few really stand-out moments for me. The Collective is packed full of 'em.

    I caught them on Progressive Nation and another show... I think playing with Cynic? Don't remember, because it was a while ago but they were fantastic live. Their music has a lot of nuance and I think you can hear the shifting partwork a lot easier live.

    As an aside, this song fucking rules:

    [VIDEO]]Chris Letchford & Travis Levrier "Whales" play through video[/VIDEO]
    Argbadh - RHLCİ

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    Boring as fuck pretentious snooze fest.

    Here, have something that doesn't suck.

    [VIDEO]]Flotsam And Jetsam - The Cold 3.'' The Cold '' - YouTube[/VIDEO]

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