Awesome album. I saw them in London a few weeks ago - brilliant.
Their new album Dimensionaut is out now featuring Simon Collins on drums & vocals + PT alumni John Wesley on guitar:
I would definitely watch more videos featuring his girlfriend from the second video. They don't have to involve music.
I wonder if Simon Collins would be willing to play drums in that Steve Hackett-Ray Wilson version of Genesis everyone is busy campaigning for on the other thread... we'll just pencil him in.
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<= My 1998 solo album: Field of View/the zoa factor - http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/fieldofview
The album is really great, I had the pleasure to hear them live in Budapest, they came with Spock's Beard. I bought it at the concert, got it signed by three of them, unfortunately I've missed the guitarist.
Dimensionaut is a very impressive debut album. Simon Collins is a legitimate triple threat with his singing, writing and drumming. I love the way SOC manages to be proggy while also being thoroughly modern and the tuneage is excellent.
Last edited by Frumious B; 06-24-2013 at 03:50 PM.
"Take a circle, caress it, and it will become vicious."-Eugene Ionesco
Certainly endorse the above plaudits for this album. Mighty impressive. Love it!
Loving the album so very much!!
Great album and great band. Impressive indeed. They have a US tour starting in August called "Bring back the Prog" that will include a number of new prog bands on the bill. Check out the tour dates: http://www.soundofcontact.com/tour-dates/
They're also on the bill for YESTIVAL
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Asia: LA 2001 (2x) / AAA: LA 2003 / AFJP: LA 2008, 2009, 2011 / Original Asia: WI 2007, SJC 2008, LA 2009
Circa: SJC 2007, 2008 Redondo 2011 / YOSO rehearsals 2009/2010 / Headsets Party 2009 / Laserium 2009
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