Seas of Change

by GALAHAD

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Miles Milton
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Miles Milton I thought “ Battle Scars” then “ Beyond The Realms of Euphoria” were Epic album’s getting better one after the other....
I was wrong! Those Albums are Great Albums !This is a step up and another gear ! This is halls of Classic Rock Proportions!!!!
Surely the Rock and Prig Rock world will not only sit up but now be Up Standing ? For a Great album.
Sonny92
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Sonny92
Prog Rock is a genre I fell out of love with a while back, but my enthusiasm has been reignited by a couple of new releases, Art of Illusion's recent Cold War of Solipsism and this, neo-prog veterans, Galahad's, latest album. A single 42 minute track, bemoaning the current state of british politics, this is epic stuff - a hybrid of Gabriel-era Genesis and Fear of a Blank Planet. One of the best neo-prog albums I've heard to date. Favorite track: Seas of Change.
Dabigar
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Dabigar There is only one epic length track on this album in true prog rock style. And what a track it is! Masterfully crafted music combine with interesting, purposeful lyrics to bring forth a prog rock classic that sticks in the mind and demands to be listened to again. Favorite track: Seas of Change.
bigdaim
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bigdaim That's what I call MUSIC !
So many radiostations should stop broadcasting SHIT and play albums like this ! When do you visit Belgium, guys ? There's a little venue called "Spirit of 66" in Verviers, it would be fantastic to sée and hear you there !
Guy Samson
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Guy Samson Hi guys,
I like your last cd and the guitar sound. Hope to see you in Quebec City soon!
Regards!
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    We at Galahad Towers are very pleased and proud to announce the release of our new studio album ‘Seas of Change’, which is the follow up to the 2017 ‘Quiet Storms’ album which contained fifteen short(ish) tracks and was a much more mellow affair whereas ‘Seas of Change’ is the polar opposite and consists of just one forty three minute track, which twists and turns creating, what we think is, a full on no holds barred prog/rock rollercoaster of an album.

    ‘Seas of Change’ is a kind of hybrid in terms of musical style, featuring more traditional, occasionally pastoral, elements reminiscent of the ‘older’ Galahad sound whilst also incorporating the heavier guitar and more modern ‘techno’ keyboard sounds of the last few studio albums.

    ‘Seas of Change’ is also the first album to feature Lee Abraham on all guitars following his re-joining of the band in the Spring of 2017. Lee is already familiar to the band and a fully paid up part of the Galahad family having been the band’s bass player from 2005 to 2009 and appearing on one of their most critically and commercially successful albums ‘Empires Never Last’ as well as on a couple of live albums.

    We feel that Lee has added his own stamp and expanded the Galahad sound palette whilst still retaining the Galahad feel and overall sound.

    ‘Seas of Change’ is also Tim Ashton’s first appearance on a Galahad album containing completely brand new material since he appeared on ‘Nothing Is Written‘ back in 1990!

    As ever the album was pulled together mixed and mastered by engineer/producer extraordinaire Karl Groom (Threshold/Dragonforce/Pendragon/Arena etc.) at Thin Ice Studios in Surrey.

    Musically, ‘Seas of Change’ features just the five main Galahad members plus long term honorary member Sarah Bolter who makes an appearance on flute, clarinet and soprano sax.

    This album is available in several formats including three 24 bit mastered vinyl LP versions (only available from our official website at www.galahadonline.com) i.e. a standard black 180g in a gatefold cover, a turquoise 180g LP in a gatefold cover plus a special, rather lovely and very limited edition full colour picture disc which will be available in an unusual die cut sleeve.
    All vinyl LP orders will also come with an enclosed CD version of the album.

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released January 22, 2018

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GALAHAD Dorset, UK

Well established English Progressive Rock band. Released 10 studio, 5 live (3 of which are a CD/DVD combo) 8 compilation/related project albums up to 2020.

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