Mystery​:​Diary

by Their Dogs Were Astronauts

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Matthew Rukgaber
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Matthew Rukgaber This is the first TDWA I listened to, so it remains my favorite. 16 tracks = a lot of progessive, guitar-driven instrumental awesomeness. It is amazing how the band moves from classic 70s progressive sounds, modern djent metal, to jazz-rock fusion, even world music/rock rusion ... sometimes all in the same song. So basically, if Peter Gabriel, Joe Satriani and Fredrik Thorendal got together and made a record, then it would sound like this. Favorite track: Sparks Pt. 1.
Jeroen Petri
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Jeroen Petri One of the hardest albums for me to chose a favourite song, I really describe this album as a journey. There's no basic formula TDWA sticks to, the songs are extremely versatile and yet tie together so well it's almost scary. An absolute must for anyone who likes chuggy djent riffs combined with very melodic elements. Favorite track: Body Thief.
Ocu Mu Dez
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Ocu Mu Dez Best guitar sound....really love this band masterpiece.. Favorite track: Spirit Mates.
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released February 20, 2016

All music written and performed by Their Dogs Were Astronauts
Denis Roth
Leonard Roth
Mixing and Mastering: Denis Roth (DAN Sounds)

© DAN Sounds 2016
℗ Their Dogs Were Astronauts 2016

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Their Dogs Were Astronauts is an Instrumental Progressive Metal project from Austria.

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