Vox Tempus | In The Eye of Time

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In The Eye of Time

by Vox Tempus

Vox Tempus create a progressive blend of rock, metal & AOR, the kind of prog we all love. Featuring Gregg Bissonette on drums alongside ex members of Equinox & Takara. Includes For Every Life written for Great White's Ty Longley & the Rhode Island Fire.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. For Every Life
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2. Escape
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3. Broken
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4. Foreshadows
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5. Revelations
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6. What About
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7. Voice of Time
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8. Love, Lies, And Treason
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9. Steal The Moment
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The members of Vox Tempus first came together in January of 1997, as members of the progressive rock band Equinox. The band was in the midst of promoting their successful worldwide debut, COLOR OF THE TIME, which had reached the top 20 in Europe and Japan, and received airplay in over 40 countries. During recording sessions for a follow-up release, the lineup splintered and Ray Mantor (guitars) and Jim Turba (bass) continued writing songs with their drummer as a trio. For the time being, the band continued on as Equinox..

In 1998 the band was introduced to Eric Ragno, a keyboard player in Los Angeles. Eric has played with many of hard rock's musical legends, and was finishing up an album with Takara when he heard that the band was searching for a keyboard player for their upcoming album. Eric's musical contributions served to solidify the band’s new sound.

As the songs were written and recorded for the new album, the band went through several vocalists. After going through over a hundred submissions from throughout North America, the group finally settled on Dan Reed. His voice is colored with many different influences - though he truly has a unique sound that's all his own.

As mixing began on the new album, the drummer chose to move on. With this latest change in personnel and a more guitar-oriented approach to their music, the band changed their name to Vox Tempus. The legendary Gregg Bissonette was brought in to record new drum tracks, and a title was chosen - In the Eye of Time. The album debuted at the 2004 ProgPower festival, and continues to generate rave reviews from around the world. The album features Ray Mantor (guitar), Jim Turba (bass), Eric Ragno (keyboards), Dan Reed (vocals), and special guest Gregg Bissonette (drums).

Check out the latest issue of Progression Magazine for a four page interview with Eric Ragno and Dan Reed!


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R.Davey

My find for 2004!
This band is my "find" for 2004! The future is now. This group is made up of stellar musicians, with a fabulous singer. If you like Enchant,Threshold and other prog-metal bands this cd is a MUST for your collection. I had heard this band was good. They aren't good, they're fabulous. There's not a bad, or even a weak track on the cd. On a scale of 1-10, this is a big 10. You won't be disappointed with this cd. I can't wait for their next cd.

John fabian

This is some of the classiest prog melodic rock there is...
I owned this disc the day it came out and all i can say is Vox Tempus are easily the most creative rock band of our time. Well written music covered with tasty vocals ala James Labrie (Dream Theater), and Dennis DeYoung (Styx). Music is Progressive but not over the top making this a perfect melodic hard rock prog cd to satisfy all. DON'T HESITATE, YOU WON'T BE SORRY!!!