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RIDDLES, QUESTIONS, POETRY & OUTRAGE

Leviathan

Progressive Metal


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3.14 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Census Of Stars (6:06)
2. Mindless Game Control (3:52)
3. Madness Endeavor (6:11)
4. Pages Of Time (4:56)
5. Are First Loves Forgotte (9:07)
6. So Where Is God? (5:12)
7. Confusion (4:47)
8. Don't Look At Me (5:15)
9. Passion Above All Else (8:28)

Total Time: 53:54

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Line-up / Musicians

- Trevor Helfer / drums
- Jeff Ward / vocals
- Derek Blake / bass
- Ronnie Skeen / guitar
- John Lutzow / guitar

Releases information

Centrury Media CD (77143-2), 1996

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LEVIATHAN Riddles, Questions, Poetry & Outrage ratings distribution


3.14
(10 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%)
10%
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30%
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Collectors/fans only (10%)
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Review by b_olariu
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3 stars One of the lesser known prog metal acts from the 90s is for sure the americans from Leviathan. Even they released 3 albums in mid to late 90s they disbanded in early 00s and then reform to release two more albums few years back. Well, the best offerings are the first 3 albums, with a plus on their second offer from 1996 named Riddles, questions, poetry and outrage I don't know why this band didn't recive more reviews or ratings across the years, this album in particulary offering some great prog metal totaly a typical for prog scene, that is meaning they don't sound at all like DT for instance or Shadow Gallery. Is a perfect example of a band trying to push against the flow of that period. The music is not overly complex but there are some very nice instrumental sections. A combination of Fates Warning/Queensryce and similar with bands such as Clockwork also from USA and few more. Pieces like opening Census Of Stars or Madness Endeavor showing exactly the potential of this band, excellent prog metal from clean voices to inspired instrumental parts, this was the prog metal from the 90s, a well written and performed style. To me a truly great album that desearves a far more recognition. 3 solid stars rounded to 3.5 for sure.

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