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The Siege

by Revivor

Irish Progressive Rock music at its best and most disturbing from the Derry trio with their fourth and most impressive concept album to date.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Walls of Luca
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2. Fabled Monster
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3. Decompress
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4. Minotaur
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5. Cold Blood Anniversary
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6. Forbidden Degrees
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7. The Siege Part 1 Boca Raton
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8. The Siege Part 2 In Lines
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9. The Siege Part 3 Still Voices
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10. The Siege Part 4 All Quiet
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11. The Siege Part 5 Darkest Sun
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12. Justice Be Done
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Album Notes
Revivor continue to distill progressive rock and modern post-punk in imaginative new sonic forms.The Siege features an ambitious five-section title track.Revivor's music is original and uncompromising,excessive yet accessible.


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Best Release of 2010
'....the bands crowning achievement's simply one of the best releases of 2010 within the indie progressive rock umbrella......'

Classic Rock Presents Prog February 2011

Review of The Siege

The Siege

There is no denying Revivor have spent many an hour listening to Rush. Yet despite this affection, after opening numbers Walls of Luca and Fabled Monster trail off, a much bleaker picture is painted: a dark, eerie, oppressive canvas. Almost as if the Northern Irish duo (multi-musician Bill Vail and guitarist Des Doherty) are settling the listener in gently before the walls start to close in.

The album’s centrepiece is the five-part The Siege, featuring two instrumentals playing out the sounds of a battlefield: the hallucinatory Still Voices, and the more ethereal All Quiet. The shimmering Cold Blood Anniversary, however, is a little too one-dimensional, and it’s only during In Lines that the group achieve what they’ve threatened throughout; the bleak, guitar-riff is to die for.

Closing with the post-punk melodrama of Justice Be Done, Revivor show only in glimpses what they should be capable of, needing to stay clear of the Rush influences, and further layer what is already a rather disturbing, progressive sound.

*Classic* Rock Presents Prog – February 2011