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Old 05-10-2007, 02:40 PM   #1
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Kamelot - Anyone heard this band

Anyone heard this band ? U2Man, Axver..anyone

I heard couple of songs n found it very very impressive. Any comment , suggestion, best album,

I have searched all of internet...but interferencer feedback is something I look forward to...and trust more than any other type of music enthusiast on internet

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I've heard of them, but never actually tracked down their music. I suppose because I'm not as into power metal as I am into other types such as prog or death.

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I've never heard of them but after seeing this thread I listened to some clips and it's pretty good. If you decide to check them out I'd be interesting is seeing how it is.
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Karma and Epica seem to have sold the best, along with their latest, Black Halo. I haven't personally heard them, but they definitely have a following. I show them as being Progressive Power/Hard Rock, and at least two titles in their catalog were produced by Sascha Paeth, if that helps.

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