Label: Verglas Music - VGCD032 • Format: CD Limited Edition DigipackDVD • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Progressive Metal, Prog Rock
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"The Seventh Degree Of Separation" is the seventh studio album of Arena and was released in After having wait 6 years for their new studio album, we all had high expectations about it. After "Pepper Ghost", fans became very curious to hear the new studio material from the band, really/5.
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· “The Seventh Degree Of Separation” is Arena’s seventh studio outing, and represents the band’s most fulfilling music yet. Although this album is truly straight forward than any previous Arena, all the progressive elements we’ve come to expect from the band are here: rising crescendos, heart-wrenching melodies and wonderful key changes.
The new era begins in when the band gets together again in a slightly altered line-up. Clive, Mick and John Mitchell are once more joined by their old Arena pal, John Jowitt on bass! The question of a new vocalist is widely discussed by the fans and the eventual announcement of the choice of Paul Manzi, meets with enthusiasm and appreciation. The release of The Seventh Degree of Separation in .
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