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Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal Moods: Featuring Drums
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The Reservoir

by Tungsten

Modern progressive metal with classic metal attitude!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Water Over Stone
6:01 album only
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2. Contamination
6:14 album only
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3. Atmos (Masto) Stoma
7:17 album only
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4. Night Wanders By
8:25 album only
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5. Coda
1:26 album only
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6. El Dolor
5:54 album only
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7. The Opera House
5:58 album only
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8. The Reservoir
12:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hailing from Philly, Tungsten has spent the last two years performing its own brand of progressive metal to captivated audiences in Philly and New York City. Having honed their sound through explosive live performances, Tungsten took to the studio in summer of 2013 to record their material. The result is The Reservoir, the band’s debut LP, an album that captures the band’s signature sound: progressive metal that is dark, innovative, and creative, but still bursting at the seams with classic metal attitude that makes you want to pump your fist in the air. Drawing on influences both timeless (Iron Maiden, Rush, Pink Floyd) and modern (Opeth, Mastodon), The Reservoir features inventive riffs, soaring guitar harmonies, bombastic drumming, and the commanding vocals of Philly’s most intense front woman.

“They wear their love of Opeth on their sleeve—and that is a GOOD thing! The CD is more enjoyable with every listen.”
Mark Vander Zanden, founder of TrueMetalLives.com and DJ Metal Freak on Metal Messiah Radio

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