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Review by Gary Hill
You really can't go wrong with Gazpacho when it comes to modern progressive rock. This new set is no exception.

March of Ghosts
Review by Gary Hill
This is likely to make a lot of people’s best of 2012 list.

Missa Atropos
Review by Larry Toering
This is a band that’s hard to categorize, which shoots it far into prog territory for my ears. Gazpacho, is from Norway and have a very conceptual approach.

Review by Gary Hill

The new release from Gazpacho seems to be precisely the kind of thing their fans will enjoy. It continues and expands their brand of prog rock.

When Earth Lets Go
Review by Josh Turner
The definition of elegance is something that's simple, but effective. Gazpacho meets this definition to a tee.
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