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Formed in Maryport, England in 2005

UK act GANDALF'S FIST is the creative vehicle of duo Luke Severn and Dean Marsh, with varying musicians, compatriots and otherwise like-minded people affecting the proceedings apparently. And while their MySpace site inform that they currently reside in Mordor, Cumbria in England is the home turf of this act. Which may or may not be a contradiction in terms or a specification of the former, depending on point of view.

After five years of wandering to and from the studio and the literary heritage of good, old Tolkien, this creative duo decided it was time to fire up their respective creative engines, and set them to work producing material. The result of this process appeared in the shape of a concept album: The Master and the Monkey.

With their creative enginges still humming in harmony, another project was kicked off right away. And in 2011 Gandalf's Fist had their sophomore production ready, this one called Road to Darkness. What the future holds in store for this creative duo, apart from flogging ridicilous amounts of ale and indulging themselves in Tolkien's fantastic universe yet again, remains to be seen. If enough people like what they have done and perhaps even consider sending some money their way, they may be able to finance even more music in the future. Perhaps even a few ales to go, for recharging their batteries after long, draining studio sessions.

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3.79 | 80 ratings
Road To Darkness
2011
3.34 | 40 ratings
The Master And The Monkey
2011
3.69 | 67 ratings
From A Point Of Existence
2012
3.95 | 118 ratings
A Day In The Life Of A Universal Wanderer
2013
3.88 | 163 ratings
A Forest Of Fey
2014
4.08 | 187 ratings
The Clockwork Fable
2016

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4.74 | 10 ratings
Uprooted
2015
4.33 | 6 ratings
The Lamplighter's Tale
2016

GANDALF'S FIST Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 9 ratings
Emerald Eyes
2011
3.56 | 9 ratings
Stakes At Low Tide
2011
4.28 | 20 ratings
Songs From The Solway
2011
3.43 | 16 ratings
The Wizard's Study
2011
2.21 | 16 ratings
There and Back Again
2012
4.18 | 11 ratings
The Wizard's Study II: Balrog Boogaloo
2012
4.33 | 3 ratings
The Snows They Melt the Soonest
2014
5.00 | 3 ratings
Live From A Post-Apocalyptic Powercut
2015
4.75 | 4 ratings
The First Lamplighter (Memories of Nuclear Snow)
2015
4.50 | 4 ratings
Hearth and Ale
2016
4.67 | 6 ratings
Winter's Mourning
2017

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 The Clockwork Fable by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.08 | 187 ratings

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The Clockwork Fable
Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Prog Team

5 stars Some years ago I came across the debut album from Gandalf's Fist, then lost touch with them again until I received an email one day stating that to celebrate the two year anniversary of their latest album they were providing a free download of the first act. A short flurry of emails between myself and Dean Marsh, and I soon had a copy of the three-CD set to listen to. I knew there was something very special going on here even before I listened to it, as there were guest appearances by Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon), Blaze Bayley (Ex- Iron Maiden), Matt Stevens (The Fierce and the Dead) and Dave Oberl' (Gryphon). The album also featured the voice acting talents of the likes of Mark Benton (Waterloo Road) and Zach Galligan (Gremlins) among others. Then on top of that there was the press release. If an album is self-released I am lucky to get a page of (sometimes) useful background information, at a maximum two. No, what I have here is a 16 page full colour guide to Cogtopolis, with diagrams, illustrations, a complete history of the formation of the city, how it all works plus so much more.

Yes boys and girls, what we have here is a full-blown concept album on steroids. In some ways it is mix between the concept albums of Clive Nolan and the science fiction stories with music of Hibernal. There is far more acting and drama than one would hear from the former, and far more songs and rockiness than one would get from the latter. In many ways this has moved far away from the concept album format, and into a full-blown film for the ears. I soon found that the only way to listen to the album was by giving it my full attention, as if I didn't I soon lost track of whatever else I was trying to do anyway. The interplay between the progressive rock music and the dramatic storyline is seamless, with both providing dynamic interplay.

I kept 'seeing' what was going on in my mind, and also wondering if they were ever going to publish a book to go with this, as I can easily imagine this story being greatly expanded. I am not going to give anything away about the storyline itself, apart from saying that it takes place under the earth's surface, as due to man's maltreatment of nature humanity were sent underground some two hundred years previously. From the very beginning, when the lamplighter comes across a traveller, I was hooked, desperately wanting to understand where the story was going to take me. That the music was heavily influenced by neo prog and contained wonderful vocals performances and great musicianship and melodies was the real icing on the cake. I was surprised just how often I was reminded of the mighty Legend, as they and Galahad have obviously been fairly important inspirations behind this mighty endeavour, as has Ayreon and IQ.

A triple CD concept album, of this depth and magnitude, is released very rarely indeed. I can honestly say that it is one of the most impressive pieces of work I have come across in the last five years, and is essential listening to anyone who loves good music.

 Winter's Mourning by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2017
4.67 | 6 ratings

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Winter's Mourning
Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by The Jester

5 stars Every time Gandalf's Fist is releasing something new, 2 things are certain: 1. It is better than their previous works 2. The band includes more members! Since their early days where they were just two people doing all the jobs, they have reached the number of 6 members, with the new additions of Ben Bell on Keyboards and Keri Farish on vocals. Both are excellent additions and I'm certain that they will contribute a lot to the band's sound. This first sample is quite reassuring in that... Winter's Mourning is a wonderful piece of music in my opinion. It is kind of a dark and melancholic tune, and the kind of song I would like to listen on a cold winter night. If I had a home near a forest with a fireplace in it, that would have been better; but I'm afraid I have nothing like that. But even without these "special effects" I enjoyed it a lot! This EP is released just in time! So, do not hesitate! Write a letter to Santa, hoping that you were a good boy/girl' Maybe Santa will bring it on your (digital) doorstep. 4.5 stars P.S: We want more stuff like that please'
 Winter's Mourning by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2017
4.67 | 6 ratings

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Winter's Mourning
Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by LittleLotti

5 stars Tis the season for schmaltzy sentiment. All too many bands after the quick cash grab and a slice of immortal fame amidst the festive disco compilation mixtapes. That's not the Prog I signed up for. If you want that go and listen to Cliff Richard and people with shiny hats.

So, you can imagine my eternal joy to find that the wintery single from Gandalf's Fist dispenses with tidings of comfort and joy and rather delves us into a world of ghosts, vagabonds and mysterious forests. The song itself is melancholic and reminds me of folk tales of old. Fans of Gryphon's "Unquiet Grave" will be at place here, with a familiar feel, all be it with a switch of roles and a bit of a twist in the narrative at the end.

I love songs that tell a story and this one is no exception. As usual the musician-ship is top notch, even more so, their new lineup sounds fresh and bright and the keys and vocals shimmer and shine. It's also worth mentioning the guitar solo, that instantly reminded me of something you would find on Wishbone's "Argus" ? fantastic.

If you're sick of the usual this year, and you've worn out Tull's "Fire's at Midnight" then you won't go far wrong with this. The perfect song to sip a single malt to in front of a raging fire whilst the trees bend to the wind outside.

 The Lamplighter's Tale by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2016
4.33 | 6 ratings

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The Lamplighter's Tale
Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by chiang

4 stars Maybe some people think a three CDs album is too much. Well, in my opinion they are wrong in this case. OK, if you don't have much time, you can listen to only the "Lamplighter" tracks of the "Clockwork Fable", buy you will be mising some great music. I think the idea of delivering just samples of the album in a good promo move. In fact I have listenig to just this three tracks, but only as a passtime and knowing that it destroys que concept of the full album. I feel that this three tracks are great, but I like to listen to que complete work. (OK, I don't have problems by skipping the theatrical parts). Summarizing: This is very good music, but please, don't buy this CD. Buy the complete "Clockwork Fable" instead. It's one of the best 2016 albums and deserves it.
 The Clockwork Fable by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.08 | 187 ratings

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Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by Karnataka

5 stars I came upon Gandalfs Fist via a track on a sampler CD. On the strength of the track, which came from 'Clockwork Fable', i bought that CD. I have been completely blown away by what is essentially a three act play in words and music. It's quite unlike any other prog rock CD I have. The story line reminds me a bit of the film 'City of Ember.' It's about a world where the inhabitants live underground as the surface is uninhabitable-the Sun has gone out and there are interminable winters. The band has created a complete planet with its own language and hierarchy, It's breathtaking in its breadth and depth, crammed full with quite wonderful music, each linked by spoken passages which taken as a whole carries the listener along at great pace. Its an astonishing piece of work, a tour de force and the bands magnum opus. It would grace anybody's music collection, let alone being pigeon holed as prog rock. Goodness only knows how the band will follow this up.
 The Clockwork Fable by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.08 | 187 ratings

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The Clockwork Fable
Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by tszirmay
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

5 stars As a rule, I am not a big fan of epic albums with narration, which is why I have failed to add applause to such celebrated albums as Rick Wakeman's "Voyage to the Center of the Earth" (the original and the more recent remake). I just prefer musical arrangements before anything. Ayreon's magnificent "The Electric Castle" was one of the very successful epics that had both narrators and singers that blended well with the punchy music. It's no surprise that Arjen Lucassen is a guest vocalist here and he may also have been a source of inspiration as well. A live setting may be a different feeling but on recordings, just give me the tunes, please. Gandalf's Fist has provided a stunning 2016 opus with the massive "The Clockwork Fable", a 3 CD affair chock full of memorable slices of sonic genius, though it must be said that their sound is much sharper and harder than ever before. Way less overtly Floydian than their previous releases such as the masterful trio of "Road to Darkness" (2011), "A Day in the Life" (2013) and "Forest of Fey" (2014), the core of singer Luke Severn and multi-instrumentalist Dean Marsh have decided to widen their sound by solidifying the rhythmic tandem by adding a full-time bassist in Christopher Ewen as well as solid thumper Stefan Hepe, giving Marsh all the space needed for his keyboard and guitar ornamentations. 194 minutes is a daunting task to wolf down in one helping, so I helped myself to reorganize a playlist of songs only, which may take away from the narrative but does focus cuttingly on the music. If you mostly want to follow the storyline just buy the album for the entire experience. Throw in former Gryphon vocalist/percussionist David Oberlé who supplies the folkier side , ex-Iron Maiden lung Blaze Bayley the helium yell and guitar maestro Matt Stevens adding his ambient skills and you get the complete picture. The core section of the work is found in the multi-part suite "The Lamplighter" that is liberally strewn among the three CDs , each over an hour long.

On the first CD "The Day the Great Cog Failed" , there are some delectable pieces to highlight such as the drop dead dazzling ballad "Eve's Song", a stirring and symphonic composition featuring a melody both haunting and reflective, a truly winning epic tremendously sung by Melissa Hollick. The delicate finale is precious metal incarnate. Things are fine-tuned from the start with the scorching "Shadowborn", chugging metallic guitar wrangling with a wicked synthesizer gone haywire, the rhythmic locomotive spewing smoke as the magical flute twirls in Tullian fashion. Listen to the thrilling "The Great Cog" with its echo-affected drum beats, reptilian bass attack and Luke's patented "pillow" vocals, flickered with endless sparks of slippery synth warbles, and you should come to the conclusion that this is going to be quite the entertainment package. Maintaining the urgency, the highly cinematographic "The Capture" is prog ?opera at its finest, bombastic orchestrations, pummelled by cannonading drums, garlanded by some whirling dervish synths salvos and some colossal Wagnerian choirs, slain by some snarly vocals.

Second CD "Of Men & Worms" is the showstopper section as it blends on "Victims of the Light" some outright folk of the vivid British kind with some breathless melodies affirmed by both starting lead vocals as well as massive choir work, an extensive acoustic guitar foray that is spellbinding from the get go. Another memorable air is to be found on "Ditchwater Daisies", a suave ballad that resonates with imagery, the art of combining a good story with a simple melody and wrap that in a pared-down arrangement and letting it all fall into place. Tragically beautiful. Luke's patented hushed voice is a pure delight and incredibly effective in creating celestial sentiments that seduces the musical soul. The pastoral sensation returns early on "the Bewildering", a shimmering fluffy cloud of atmospherics that gets accosted by a stubborn guitar riff from Mr. Marsh, interspaced with ambient flicks of the wrist (Matt Stevens), taking the whole thing into a complex universe of staccato rhythms, carpeted mellotron for Luke to swoon over, the fluttering flute (not credited anywhere) and a whole lot of adventure. But it's on the beguiling "A Solemn Toast for the Steam Ranger Reborn" that the magic really hits hard, brilliant vocals, sputtering synth bubbles, Spanish guitar fingerings, tinkling piano and marshal drums uniting in the cause. This is a tremendous piece that sweeps you into the clouds of fantasy, reminding me of their classic song "Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet". Delirious music.

The third act, "From Burrows we Came", here the overall texture definitely hardens, perhaps due to the Iron Maiden influences that are bursting through the speakers' seams, leaping into a harsher climate as on the dizzying "The Climb", maintain a highly melodic and dramatic urgency, upgraded by marvelous operatic vocals from Melissa Hollick, who really shines throughout. The improbable bass guitar/synth duet is a total stunner. The screeching electric finale is fast, furious and heavy. The rambling "Fight for the Light" is a shadow box of various explosive chords, tempered by those divine hushed vocals that instill a sense of yearning that gets me every time. Then Blaze grasps the mike with brazen authority and with the correct guitar barrage, the mood is clearly in jet propulsion mode. The slipstream synths warble madly, chasing the challenging melody. This greasier rock bravura is pushed along further on the next track, the colossal "At the Sign of Aperture", a towering and bold musical statement that swerves in various summersaults sung by "the chosen one", slashing mightily with passion and awareness. The 'sparks are flying' guitar solo is a classic Van Halen-like affair, unparalleled technique and emotional frenzy. The shimmering title track welds piano and acoustic guitar together, Luke swooning engagingly amid the clicking timepieces and ticking mechanisms, buoyed by lush symphonics in the use of various synthesizers. Truly terrific piece. "Through the Lens" gives licence to the piano pursue its magical journey, as Melissa adds a stirring and convincing farewell.

I have edited the playlist, as suggested by others, in order to lean exclusively on the songs and the result is quite an entertaining ride. Whichever way you want to approach this massive opus, either in whole or in part, Gandalf's Fist has dared to conquer and has vanquished. I cannot fathom how they can possibly top this crowning achievement.

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 The Clockwork Fable by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.08 | 187 ratings

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Gandalf's Fist Neo-Prog

Review by chiang

5 stars This is a great album!!! Never heard of "Gandalf's Fist" before and, being a Tolkien's fan, I have to say that I came here cause the name. But I found a great band (or a great musician, cause most of the music is Marsh's work). Three C.D.s, three hours, lot of good songs, a nice story (better than most on lots of concept albums). The idea of the interspersed radio play bits is nice but I don´t like to listen to them more than twice; fortunately I can skip them. "The Lamplighter" is a great epic. "The capture", "Victims of the light" and "Fight for the light" are very good also. In fact I like all the songs, and the musicians are very well chosen. Every moment of the story has a correct musical feelling. The album cover (the whole pack in fact) is a very good work, dark but beautiful. I don't miss the old 12in paperboard anymore. One of the best albums from 2016.
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Review by Roane

2 stars Sorry but, as far as I'm concerned, that is not good... With the willing to be ambitious, you may risk to be pretentious... 194 minutes long: a performance which is difficult to follow. Then of course, the principle of a concept album is always interesting, and trying to revisit the approach is daring, actually through a kind of musical story with a track out of two with no music and only talking. At the end of the day it could be OK if songs were good but it is not the case: instrumentally and vocally quite poor, sometimes remembering me basic hard rock riffs from the eighties. So boring at the end of the day...
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4.08 | 187 ratings

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Review by omphaloskepsis

5 stars I'm Befuddled "The Clockwork Fable" has but 100 or so ratings. By far my favorite album of 2016. I feel a tad guilty that I haven't reviewed this beauty till now. 2016 was young when I preordered Gandalf Fist's triple disc Steam Punk musical. Clockwork Fable is comparable to "The Wall", "Tommy", "War of the Worlds", and best of Ayreon.

I suppose the triple album length and the plethora of albums that prog aficionados shuffle through yearly, partly explain the lack of collaborator reviews. What a shame. I understand. I own a few thousand albums and CD's, yet I don't have enough time to give my precious collection of classic albums, the attention the albums deserve.

"The Clockwork Fable" transports me to the days of my youth when I would warp and wear out vinyl. Less then a year old, The Clockwork Fable has become an dear old friend who comforts and pleasures moi.

I adore every song but in this review I won't go through a song by song critique. Trust me, resplendent tunes abound. For a deeper peek into the music, please read other reviews for song by song details. The same holds true for a detailed history of Gandalf's Fist. Until a year ago, Gandalf's Fist was but a name that reminded me of kinky hobbits. Wow, I was wrong. Although, kinky double entendres, aplenty, pop up like tarts to entertain and amuse.

I purchased The Clockwork Fable because of the shear ambitious audacity of the project. I thought, " Either Clockwork Fable is a swing and a miss or a grand slam." I happy to report Gandalf's Fist hits this baby outta of park! These guys went all-the- way. Maps, alphabet, original lingo, extended metaphors and a plot line worthy of a major movie musical. They even produced an excellent youtube movie preview for the Fable masterwork. Every song is memorable and sublime! The lyrics superb. Since other reviewers have covered the music portion of the album, I'll speak to the spoken dialog.

Every other selection on The Clockwork Fable uses dialog to further the story. You would think after 40 spins I'd skip the spoken dialog. Oh contraire. The dialog is spoken by professional actors and flows like honey. For God's sake, these actors populate the world of Doctor Who! The dialogue is Dickensian, poetic, humorous, full of intrigue. I find myself rooting for the different characters. Political, social, and religious satire abound.

It's amazing what Gandalf's Fist did with the annual "Shadow Mass" holiday. Just genius.

Cogs and gears grind melodiously dark yet heighten the underworld that is Cogtopolis. Every word and gear adds atmosphere, melody, or rhythm to this post-apocalyptic tour de force. Embedded within the vinyl grooves of The Clockwork Fable" Cogtopolis's history comes alive and is made real. Shadow is light. Everything topsy-turvy yet right on. Very Steampunk and deep ( multiple layers of meaning) Absolutely brilliant ! If you dig English humor you're in for a treat. At times the melodious dialogue reminds me of Shakespeare. I just blasphemed. So be it. It's obvious the actors have Shakespearian training. If you enjoy musicals that keep getting better with each viewing this is a MUST HAVE! It's such a fantastic album, I can't help but give 5 stars.

So friends, if you dig concept albums with an extremely well defined plot line, multiple vocalists, post apocalyptic stories, and an entire world unto it's own, this triple disc steampunk musical is just what the doctor ordered! One of favorite albums ever. Thank you universe!

 The Clockwork Fable by GANDALF'S FIST album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.08 | 187 ratings

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Review by CaptainOctopus

5 stars For my first review on PA I want to cover an album I'm flabbergasted people aren't raving about! I'm not sure where to start with this album other than to say it's the finest conceptual record I've heard in a considerable time. At 3 CD's long and over 3 hours in total, one would assume that this would be an over-log, bloated release but this could not be further from the truth. The tracks are varied and well produced, crossing a range of styles and the story is fully engaging and unique. Speaking of which, Gandalf's Fist have employed professional actors to narrate the tale in between songs. Many names are recognisable from BBC drama, such as Mark Benton, but most interestingly is the inclusion of American Actor Zach Galligan, famous for playing "Billy" in gremlins. The result of which brings about more of a BBC radio play/cinematic quality than the "rock opera" kind of concept album that we are all used to. The band call it a "Mind Movie", which, actually, is a pretty good way of looking at it! The radio play carries the story allowing the songs to breathe and drive the mood of the album. All of which is refreshing as many concept albums in the past have suffered from relying on the lyrical content to drive a story and as such the focus on songwriting had suffered? no such complaints here, the songs are excellent, even in isolation. With special mention to the epic "Lamplighter" suite of songs as well as "Shadowborn" and "Victims of the Light". As with their previous release, Gandalf's Fist have also harnessed some familiar names from the world of Prog (and metal!) to fill their musical ranks. Dave Oberle from Gryphon, Matt Stevens (the fierce and the dead) return again but also in come Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon) and even Blaze Bayley (ex-iron maiden) to help voice some of the characters in the songs. I have to give credit to the amount of effort the band have put into creating this world, the album's booklet and supporting website is full of details and back story right down to the religious structure and language of the world?. you truly do feel immersed in the story. Also, so yourself a favour and get the CD version rather than the download ? the packaging is brilliant? it's got a cool "DVD boxset What it boils down to is, really, an essential album. The music is varied and contains without a doubt the band's finest selection of songs and the story is engaging, extremely witty (in a monty python style at times), and even sometimes quite touching. If you haven't checked it out yet, I emplore you to do so, if you're put off by the idea of the acted sections between songs: Give it a chance. Stick with it. I can guarantee that you'll regularly crack a smile. We're dealing with progressive rock, and what a great, progressive and unique way of presenting an album. I can't think of another record that puts across the story in quite the same way? I suppose you'll have to put aside some listening time to see what I mean!

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