Maze of Time | Lullaby for Heroes

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Lullaby for Heroes

by Maze of Time

A distant journey has begun. The follow up to their critically acclaimed debut CD takes you on a diverse musical journey through the progressive genre.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Heroes...
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2. Lullaby for Heroes
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3. Station to Station
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4. Playgrounds
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5. Chemical Sleep
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6. The Great Cosmic Dream
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7. Do Androids?
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8. Temple of the Gods
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes

In 2001 composer and lyricist Robert I Edman gathered some musicians from the Stockholm music scene and his hometown.
Fore most bass virtuoso Janne Persson and talented symphonic rock drummer Thomas Nordh, in order to investigate a series of
newly written songs, which were forged into new shapes through countless free-form sessions. Robert’s findings concluded that the resulting music also deserved to be played live.
Keyboard jockey Alex Jonsson joined in, as did Christer Lindström on guitar and vocals.
In November 2006 the debut album Tales from the Maze was released, giving the band some really good reviews.
2007 saw a change in the band as Christer Lindström left the band and was replaced by vocalist Jesper Landén, who´s voice has created a truly intriguing impression.

With the release of Lullaby for heroes, a new era has begun for the mazekeepers, making the Stockholm-based act more accessible to new audiences without sacrificing the well-known Maze of Time sound.


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Lars Olin

Jävlar va bra !!!Great stuff !!
This album has it all !!
Heavy guitar rythms,awesome solos, A gentlemens voice, a sick but tight rythm section, and wonderful keybords.
I can highly recommend this album for ANY progressive rock lover.

Cheers,
Lars