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Musiker - Progressive Metal
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“If there’s a consistent message to Redemption’s music, it’s that life is a struggle and there is pain and fear and doubt, but, ultimately, it is a thing of beauty and wonderment. If you push through the struggle, the rewards of that process itself, along with what you find on the other side, are joyous and a fantastic gift,” states guitarist/keyboardist Nick van Dyk, and with Long Night’s Journey Into Day, the seventh full-length from the LA based progressive powerhouse, this has never been clearer. Taking the title of Eugene O’Neill’s play Long Day’s Journey Into Night, which focuses on the decay of a family that’s plagued by addiction, Redemption have turned it inside out, and made it their own. “Inverting the phrasing of the title is really what Redemption’s message is about. It’s a long night. It’s a journey, and at times it’s a struggle. But there is daybreak.“

Textquelle: https://www.redemptionweb.com/bio
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