Gareth Thomas | The Theory

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The Theory

by Gareth Thomas

On The Theory, Gareth combines moody synth scapes, layered guitar harmonies, and subtle textures, to create dreamy Atmospheric Progressive Rock music. Comparisons have already been drawn from this music, to influential bands, such as: Pink Floyd.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Abandoned
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2. Cross of Fire
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3. The Theory
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4. Moment of Truth
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5. In These Veins
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6. Majestic 12
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7. Sacrifice
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8. Final Hour
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9. Elevation
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10. The End
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Louise Brown – Rock Midgets Review (4/5):

Flawless guitar instrumentals, bombastic rhythms and electronic tweaks and wizardry. An instrumental opus from one of Britain’s only metal inspired musical virtuosos.

Lydia Clare – Sugarbuzz Review:

Mind-Blowing stuff that sends shivers up your spine. This really is intriguing and original sounding music.

Stephen Holder – Metal4Life Review (4/5):

Original and Professional, a musical journey from a talented musician dedicated to his art.

Josh Ahearne – HMAS Review (8/10):

Classy and interesting Instrumental, with a great range of Styles and Moods.


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Marcus Richardson


Excellent guitar playing and orchestral/synth arrangements. The ecclectic influences take the listener on a journey, where classical, trance and prog metal blend seamlessly...


If you like artists like Boston, Dream Theatre, Iron Maiden, Mike Oldfield, Metallica, Satriani then this album is worth checking out!